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Innovation, Science, Engineering and Education (ISEE) – the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, BAM) has organised an international conference under this heading. It will take place from the 30 January to the 1 February in Nairobi, …
Pulse lasers have established themselves as an ‘all-round work tool’ suitable for various machining methods. For the first time, BAM scientists have systematically depicted at which laser intensities and with which materials the X-ray emission surpasses the permitted radiation limits.
At the request of the museum, BAM conducted a battery of tests on five Dead Sea Scrolls fragments. The fragments display material characteristics that are not consistent with those whose origins are certain.
On 29 September 2018, BAM is opening its door to its Test Site Technical Safety in Horstwalde. Visitors will be able to take a closer look at the diverse work that takes place there.
Is it possible to explain cutting-edge research in a simple, understandable way in just three minutes? Young scientists participating in the Falling Walls Lab in Adlershof will be able to put this to the test on 28 September 2018.
Peter Altmaier visited BAM in Berlin today. Together with BAM president Prof. Dr. Ulrich Panne, he signed a joint target agreement between the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) and BAM.
Having been involved in a cooperation project with the Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials (IWM), the BAM and the IWM have succeeded in developing a computational model which provides a more precise description of the service life of aluminium radial compressor wheels.
A new joint research project headed by BAM wants to find out how microplastics end up in the water. The project aims to optimise representative water and wastewater sampling procedures.
BAM will present a forum on the topic of science start-ups. Successful founders, BAM president Prof. Dr. Ulrich Panne and other important stakeholders from the Berlin start-up community will discuss success factors of spin-offs.
How far does a pair of jeans travel before it reaches the store? There will be an answer to this question at the special tour for girls grade 10 to 12 which will take place during the Long Night of the Sciences in Berlin-Adlershof on 9th June.