Since the end of April, ZARM has had animal offspring again: a pair of peregrine falcons has moved into the nesting box of the drop tower and is raising two healthy offspring there.
Uneven blood flow occurs more often than fluid dynamics theory suggests. An international research team has now proven this theoretically and experimentally. Among them was ZARM scientist Duo Xu.
During her visit to ZARM, Senator of Science and Ports Claudia Schilling was introduced to the drop tower and the new GTB Pro - which is currently still under construction.
Today artist duo Broomberg and Chanarin used ZARM's microgravity lab to conduct a historic art experiment.
For two years, geophysicist Christiane Heinicke worked on developing a habitat for living and working outside the Earth. Now two science teams have tested the first mock-up: the laboratory module.
Humboldt fellow Cyprien Vereux establishes the new Laboratory of Applied Space Microbiology (LASM) at ZARM in order to investigate the role of cyanobacteria for astronautic missions
How can we make the latest generation of mobile communications ("5G") accessible across the globe? A Bremen project team from industry and science has now joined forces to bring a swarm of small satellites into space to...
At the finale of the 6th German CanSat competition, Bremen will once again be the place to be for young scientists from all over Germany. Their self-developed mini-satellites are to be presented to experts from the space...
An international team of physicists, engineers and physicians receives funding for investigating turbulences in blood.
On 29 May 2019, ZARM was occupied by school students. On occasion of the "DroPs" outreach project, three Bremen school teams "dropped" their own experiments in the drop tower - like real scientists.
ZARM scientists performed experiment during DLR's 33rd parabolic flight campaign and successfully achieved a liquid-gas phase separation in microgravity by using porous media.
The first creation of a Bose-Einstein condensate in space is reported this week in Nature. ZARM scientists were involved in the MAIUS-1 mission, a poineering sounding-rocket experiment in the field of fundamental physics.