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we create space for experiments. three times a day.
ZARM is a scientific institute of the University of Bremen. Its most prominent facility is the Drop Tower Bremen, which provides 9.3 seconds of weightlessness in an earthbound laboratory. Research at ZARM is concentrated on gravity-related phenomena and questions associated to space technology. more
ZARM scientists Dr. rer. nat. Meike List and Dr.-Ing. Benny Rievers receive Werner-von-Siemens Medal for young scientists. The foundation honors their outstanding interdisciplinary research work and academic career as well as their engagement for youth development programs.
On 9 December 2013 a delegation of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs visited the drop tower at ZARM in order to launch a project that gives research teams from non-spacefaring countries the opportunity to carry out microgravity experiments.
On 6 December 2013 the Bremen DLR_School_Lab inaugurates the Space Tower - a microgravity lab for pupils constructed by ZARM
REXUS/BEXUS is a space programm offering students the oppportunity to create experiments to be integrated in sounding rockets or balloons. Today starts the new application period...
On 21 June 2013 the scientific team around Professor Michael Dreyer succeeded in reactivating a fluid dynamics experiment on the International Space Station that was originally designed for a single use.
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