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.
The head of the American Space Agency NASA visits ZARM and speaks to students of the University of Bremen
Three school teams from the Gymnasium Vegesack, the International School of Bremen (ISB) and the integrated school from Osterholz-Scharmbeck (IGS-OHZ) were rewarded for the long and intensive work on their experiments today.
Claus Lämmerzahl und Manfred Stoeckler of the University of Bremen organise an international conference on the physics and philosophy of black holes.
How does a spinning top or certain liquids behave in microgravity? This is what school students will find out during this year's „Drop Tower Project for School Students“.
A great day for ZARM: The contract for the International Astronautical Congress 2018 in Bremen has been signed between IAF President Jean-Yves Le Gall and ZARM.
The Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM) at the University of Bremen will host the European CanSat competition initiated by the European Space Agency (ESA). Due to ZARM’s commitment to STEM activities in...
ZARM cordially invites the general public to a lecture on the fascinating topic of cosmology. In his talk Prof. Jochen Lisk will explain current research efforts to resolve the baffling phenomena of dark energy and the...
With the successful launch of MAIUS 1 on Jan 23, 2017, from ESRANGE in northern Sweden, German scientists accomplished a pioneering mission in the field of fundamental physics. Two ZARM physicists were on site when the first BEC...
For the fourth time German school students will get the chance to fly their own mini-satellites on a rocket.