Three school teams from the Gymnasius Vegesack, IGS Osterholz-Scharmbeck and the International School Bremen are preparing for their final spurt.
Three German experiments were prepared by ZARM FAB for the flight and integrated into the rocket
Marc Avila receives Richard-von-Mises Award for his research on dynamical-system approaches to the turbulence problem. The ceremony took place at the Annual GAMM Meeting on 19 March 2018 in Munich.
Space year starts with exhibition "Space Girls Space Women" / programme with more than 100 events and actions
Research team with the participation of ZARM develops and patents innovative method for turbulence-free transport of liquids through piping systems
At the Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM) at the University of Bremen, Christiane Heinicke conceives, designs and builds a habitat for use on the Moon or Mars.
MICROSCOPE satellite mission proves with unmatched accuracy that the equivalence principle, a basic assumption of Einstein's Theory of General Relativity, is still valid. ONERA, OCA and ZARM scientists were the first to analyse...
The application phase for the upcoming CanSat competition 2018 has started.
Francis Everitt, former Principal Investigator of the Gravity Probe B mission, gives a lecture to the students of the Space Master at the University of Bremen.
Thanks to the awarding of this year's Nobel Prize in Physics to the discovery of gravitational waves, the working groups of Claus Lämmerzahl and Claus Braxmeier at ZARM will get new tailwind for their research.
ZARM scientists Florian Meyer, Tim Schwenteck and Maximilian Ruhe won MoreSpace Award for their experiment UB-FIRE onb Monday, 23.10.2017.
At the end of the IAC 2017 in Australia the Bremen team receives the IAF flag as a symbol of the responsibility to host the next IAC 2018 in Bremen.
For the fourth time, ten student groups from whole Germany will come to Bremen to start their own satellites in the German CanSat competition, from September 25 to 29, 2017.
PD Dr. Yan Jin has received the Heisenberg scholarship and is conducting research at the Center of Applied Space technology and Microgravity (ZARM) at the University of Bremen since 01 August 2017.
Schoolteams from all over Europe started self built satellites
On June 22nd, Naoki Okumura, President of the Japanese Space Agency JAXA, visited the Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM) at the University of Bremen.