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Together with international partners BAM performed an experimental study of londsdaleite-rich diamond crystals from the Popigai crater. The results have now been published by the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) as "Highlight 2019".
The delegation visited BAM to exchange on different aspects such as safety, production, transport, storage and forms of application of hydrogen.
200 representatives visited the "MaterialDigital" information workshop. The event served to coordinate between the applicants and the platform.
BAM ceases its certification activities for a number of products. These include pressure regulators, flame arresters, gas backflow valves, gas detectors and a number of safety assessments.
On 5 December, BAM and the University of Birmingham extended their Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for another three years.
This year, the award goes to Prof. Dr. Nina Gunkelmann, Dr. Christian Greiner and Dr.-Ing. Can Diner.
On 1 January 2020 Prof. Dr. Stefan Kowarik will start a professorship at the Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry at the Karl Franzens University in Graz.
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded three scientists with the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for their ground-breaking research on lithium-ion batteries.
State Secretary Andreas Feicht from the BMWi visits BAM to learn about its research in the energy safety division
State Secretary Andreas Feicht visited BAM today to learn more about safety-related research in the energy sector.
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.
Participants in the current COST Action Mech@SusInd met at BAM in Adlershof to exchange on current developments and research projects in mechanochemistry.
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.