ZARM supports young research teams from non-space-faring countries to conduct their own microgravity experiment series at the Drop Tower Bremen. Three students from the German Jordanian University were selected for the UN...
On 8 October 2014 at 19:56 hrs (MET) the research balloon BEXUS 19 was launched to its nightflight at the Swedish space centre ESRANGE in Kiruna. Only a few days later another balloon, BEXUS 18 shall follow. On board of both...
For the third time, the scientific team around Professor Michael Dreyer succeeded in reinstalling a fluid dynamics experiment on the International Space Station which was originally designed for a single use.
ZARM scientist Dr.-Ing. Benny Rievers has received the Zeldovich Medal of the Russian Academy of Sciences for his extraordinary scientific achievements in fundamental physics.
Get married at the top of the 146 meter Drop Tower and have a fascinating view over the University of Bremen with its Technology Park and the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen.
One year ago ZARM took over the coordination of the German student teams participating in the REXUS/BEXUS program of DLR. Now students can apply again in order to create their own rocket or ballon experiments...
On 20th June 2014 the "friends of ZARM" association celebrates its 25th anniversary of supporting young STEM scientists...
The founder of the OHB AG was a long-time friend and loyal supporter of ZARM. He passed away unexpectedly at the age of 75.
ZARM together with the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen and the WFB Wirtschaftsförderung Bremen have submitted the German bid to host the IAC 2017 in Bremen.
The latest ZARM publication on the geometry of spacetime may become a powerful future tool for observations of neutron stars and tests of gravitation theories.
From 31 March to 4 April 2014 ZARM scienstist Dr. Eva Hackmann is co-organizer of the conference "The Strong Gravity Regime of Black Holes and Neutron Stars" funded by the Wilhelm und Else Heraeus Foundation.
Four Student teams from Belgium, Scotland, Sweden and Romania are preparing their rocket experiments in the Drop Tower Bremen.
For the first time pupils from German schools will have the opportunity to develop their own mini-satellite and send it into space. Find the German press release here.