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The Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) has now released the new version of the DANGEROUS GOODS DATABASE (DATENBANK GEFAHRGUT, DGG). Version 11.0 incorporates all regulations that came into effect in 2017.
The Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und-prüfung (BAM) held a press conference today to caution people about the safe handling of fireworks on New Year's Eve.
Interlaboratory tests are a means of assessing the reliability of measurement results. Togehter with the PTB and QuoData GmbH Quality & Statistics BAM starts three more interlaboratory tests to classify physical hazards of chemicals.
EnviroPep, a start-up project of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HU), has developed an innovative purification method for chemically synthesised peptides. The founding team is financially supported by the funding programme EXIST Research Transfer of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and …
BAM and the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) have signed a joint administrative agreement for undertaking feasibility checks of offshore wind turbines.
To ensure maximum safety in transport infrastructure, modern ageing management is used in all areas using reliable non-destructive test methods and intelligent systems for comprehensive structural assessment.
The KIT Senate has confirmed Christine von Vangerow’s election as vice president for human resources and law. The board has followed the Supervisory Board’s vote.
Departmental research institutes aim to make nanomaterials safer and more environmentally compatible
BAM, together with the Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, the PTB and the German EnvironmentAgency, has published their joint nanotechnology research strategy up to 2020.
At the IAA Commercial Vehicles in September, BAM will provide information about developments in the dangerous goods legislation and present the new version of the Dangerous Goods Database that will facilitate the planning and monitoring of dangerous goods transports.
At the annual convention of the German Academic International Network (GAIN) BAM will, for the first time, present career opportunities in German departmental research together with BfR and UBA.