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Participants in the current COST Action Mech@SusInd met at BAM in Adlershof to exchange on current developments and research projects in mechanochemistry.
In the beginning of 2019 the ISEE Africa conference was held in Nairobi. Based on the conference results new content was developed which has now been published in the post-conference proceedings.
BAM took part at the Loss Prevention 2019. The international symposium is held every three years and brings together experts in occupational safety, plant safety and process safety from science and research as well as industry and administration in Europe.
Master thesis on fast and reliable determination of unknown mineral wool for the recycling of construction waste receives honours
TU Berlin student Tanja Broszies used her studies at BAM to show how artificial mineral fibres can be utilised as a useful resource.
On the 27th of June, the Berlin Senate, Siemens, TU Berlin, Frauenhofer Society and BAM came together to officially kick-off the joint research cooperation.
The return visit followed last year’s signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and a joint exchange in Birmingham. BAM received a delegation from the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, School of Chemistry of the University of Birmingham.
During May a delegation from the Material Measurement Labs of NIST visited BAM in Berlin. The visit extended over several days and concentrated on exploring connecting factors in additive manufacturing.
BAM and PTB organised a practical excursion concerning the topic of cement/concrete for a group of laboratories from the SADC region. The initiative was launched by the Malawi Bureau of Standards in cooperation with BAM.
The general meeting of the EUROLAB-Deutschland e. V. elected Dr Michael Nitsche, Head of the Quality Infrastructure Department, as Chairman of the Management Board.
In the BAM REPORT 2017/2018, we outline several examples of our work as a centre of excellence for safety in technology and chemistry.