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The German Council of Science and Humanities issued a statement about the implementation of his recommendations since the prior evaluation.
Many modern plastic materials do not come without added flame protection. BAM and Fraunhofer Institute for Structural Durability and System Reliability LBF have demonstrated how this objective can be achieved more quickly.
Great minds, 3 minutes, 1 day – On 27 September 2019, young scientists and researchers in Berlin Adlershof will once again be able to present their research projects and ideas and qualify for the Falling Walls finale in November.
On the sidelines of the cluster conference ‘Transport, Mobility and Logistics’, BAM and WFBB signed a corresponding memorandum at the Aerospace Technology Centre in Wildau.
During the German Federal Government Open Day on 17 and 18 August, BAM will provide information on the safe handling of lithium batteries.
The joint project "Innovation Platform MaterialDigitial", funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research, has been established to create a virtual material data space for explicitly systematizing material data handling.
BAM is involved in a new project which investigates the use of earth block masonry for sustainable housing construction. The load-bearing behaviour is examined in terms of failure mechanisms to ensure the design complies with the generally applicable masonry standard DIN EN 1996/NA.
BAM is supporting the CerAMing start-up project in developing a 3D printer for industrial ceramic production.
Once again BAM has prepared numerous demonstrations and hands-on experiments to entertain guests at the Long Night of the Sciences.
At its annual alumni event on 22 May 2019, BAM will discuss science communication. BAM president Professor Ulrich Panne and other panelists will share their views on trends and challenges in the science communication field.