© AdobeStock / Tatiana Shepeleva | The international rollout of the 6G wireless communications standard will have a major impact on people’s lives. The University of Bremen is playing a key role in 6G development.

Open6GHub – University of Bremen Conducts Research on Next Generation Wireless Communication

Extremely fast, energy-efficient, fail-safe – and extremely complex: The German government is funding research on the next generation 6G wireless systems with up to 250 million euros. University of... more

Sven Evering aus der Jahrgangstufe 12 der IGS Osterholz-Scharmbeck dokumentiert das bereits in der Kapsel eingebaute Experiment seines Teams.

DroPS at the Drop Tower: Experiments fly, aerosols not!

This year's edition of our Drop Tower Project for School Students (DroPS) had to take place in a digital format due to the COVID-19 restrictions. However, the school teams were motivated more than... more

The picture shows the experimentally measured against statistically modelled thermal conductivity for different materials. The data deviate from the statistical ideal line (black line), whereby the grey area marks a 10 percent deviation in each direction.

Are nanofluids as smart as we think?

ZARM paper in the Proceedings Royal Society A shows that the potential applications of nanofluids need to be tested on a broader and more detailed scale.more

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Observing the earth with a mini-satellite

The launch campaign of this year's German CanSat Explorer competition can be watched live at a digital event. more