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Fuels such as kerosene or diesel can be contaminated by fungi or bacteria. So far, detection methods have been time-consuming: the evaluation takes up to four days.
At the Hannover Messe 2021- Digital Edition - BAM will present research projects on hydrogen, lithium batteries and digitalisation.
BAM certifies the world's first reference materials for the determination of the fluorescence quantum yield
Twelve certified reference materials are now available.
BAM coordinates "Safety and Acceptance" cluster in the Federal Government's Hydrogen Research Network
Dr. Kai Holtappels from the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) coordinates the "Safety and Acceptance" cluster in the new hydrogen research network of the Federal Government.
A new project is launched at BAM. Its aim is to store building data securely and efficiently and to create the basis for assessing the safety of bridges, tunnels and other buildings efficiently and without high additional costs.
At BAM, numerous female scientists research and work in a wide variety of fields. They tell why they have chosen a career in (natural) sciences and what advice they would give to girls and women.
Today BAM launches the innovation forum "InnoBOSK", which aims to better connect companies and end users in the field of civil security research.
A team around Prof. Maaß (BAM, UIUC) have received approval for long-term exposure experiments on board the International Space Station (ISS) by the ESA.
Die BAM hat in einem großen europäischen Kooperationsprojekt Nano-Materialien optimiert, die bei der Erzeugung von grünem Wasserstoff eingesetzt werden können.
BAM is a new member of the HYPOS network which promotes the use of green hydrogen in the chemical industry, refinery, mobility and energy supply sectors.
BAM has been accepting electronic invoices via the Federal Government’s Central Invoice Submission Portal (CISP) since 27 November 2019. From 27 November 2020, electronic invoicing will be mandatory.
BAM, BGR and BAM are having their past during the Nazi era and the post-war period investigated in a research project supported jointly with the Ministry. The research project starts on 1st October 2020.
The Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) coordinates the European research project MefHySto (Metrology for Advanced Hydrogen Storage Solutions) on the safety of hydrogen.
BAM scientist Dr.-Ing. Anja Waske has been awarded by the German Society for Materials Science e.V. for her activities in the continuous development of content, structure and personnel in the field of materials science and materials engineering.