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BAM and ITS have extended their MoU for another five years. It provides, among other things, a platform for visiting guests to exchange information on research topics and thus benefit from mutual expertise.
BAM PhD student Anna Raysyan works on a strip test, that allows women to determine themselves if there are medical compounds in their breast milk. With her research, she even made it to the final of the international Falling Walls Lab competition.
Falling Walls Lab Adlershof: Max-Planck-Institute wins with “Breaking the wall of sustainable production”
Great minds, three minutes, one day: 16 young scientists from the Falling Walls Lab presented their research project, ideas and initiatives, all in just three minutes.
Dr. Ulrike Braun and her team from the BAM are working on a fast and robust method that allows the reliable identification and quantification of polymers. The BAM researchers received this year's Mülheim Water Award for this project.
The German Chemical Society (GDCh) has appointed Dr. Michael Maiwald, head of the Process Analytical Technology division at BAM, as a Fresenius lecturer for 2018‒2019.
The German Chancellery, the federal ministries, and the Federal Press Office invited the public to their yearly “Personal State Visit” on 25 and 26 August. At the open house, numerous visitors came to the BMWi to learn also about the work of BAM.
The federal government commissioner for the eastern German states, Christian Hirte, together with the governing mayor of Berlin, Michael Müller, visited various companies and institutions in Berlin-Adlershof.
The BAM signed a cooperation agreement with Korea Gas Safety Corporation (KGS) last week. The agreement is related to a new research project on safe hydrogen technologies.
Next generation of civil engineers and architects are invited to raise the awareness of the challenges and alertness about innovative and sustainable technologies at the ISEE conference in Nairobi - organised by BAM and several partners.
Students from the Departments of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from the University of Florida spent a day at BAM with exclusive views into materials technology and the future of welding.