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Last week, a Chinese delegation from the China Aero-Polytechnology Establishment (AVIC) visited BAM’s Adlershof branch. The talks focused on Industry 4.0, research cooperation and quality assurance.
Africas building sector is growing. Dr. Wolfram Schmidt and his team from BAM’s Technology of Construction Materials Division support African scientists in their research into sustainable concrete.
Isotopes of one element usually have different chemical reaction capabilities and physical properties. Together with ISAS and SALSA Carlos Abad Andrade from BAM is working on a new method to determine the isotope composition of chemical elements.
This summer, Dr. Sabrina Kirner from the Nanomaterial Technologies Division embarked on Science Sets Sail from the Friedrich Alexander University in Erlangen-Nuremberg. She not only encountered other scientists but a Baltic Sea storm during her sailing trip.
On 23rd and 24th October 2017, a BAM delegation visited the Institut National de I'Environnement Industriel et des Risques (INERIS) in France. BAM and INERIS have been working together successfully for many years.
The 12th "International Symposium on Crystallisation in Glass and Liquids" of the International Commission on Glass (ICG) took place from 10th to 13th September 2017. Tina Waurischk and Carsten Blaeß from the Glass Division represented BAM in the poster competition.
Ten colleagues from the MERCOSUR countries Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile visited BAM on 24th October. MERCOSUR stands for "Mercado Común del Sur", the common market of South America.
What the Olympics is for athletes, so is the World Tribology Congress for experts concerned with the effects of friction, wear and lubrication, i.e. tribology. This congress, like the Olympics, takes place only once every four years.
In cooperation with the German Accreditation Body DAkkS, BAM has carried out a comparative study on the work of European accreditation bodies. The aim of the comparison was to identify and encourage "best practice" and improve the dialogue between the participating accreditation bodies.
SALSA fellow Christian Heck qualifies for 2017 Falling Walls Lab Berlin with his DNA origami technology pitch
How can diseases in human blood be recognised as early as possible? Christian Heck, Ph.D. student at the School of Analytical Sciences Adlershof (SALSA), is working on a solution to this problem.