The central academic structure in focus: Ann Hipp from the research group “Innovation and Structural Economics”
In order for the energy transition to succeed, offshore wind energy needs to be massively expanded. This is not possible without precise knowledge of the ground.
The transition of our energy system to 100 percent renewable energy is more urgent than ever.
Rude awakening in production and logistics: supply chains are disrupted, and supplies are lacking across the board. Logistics expert Professor Herbert Kotzab knows why.
Never heard of the acronym OECMs? Then it's high time you did. It stands for a new instrument for the protection of biodiversity on land and in the sea.
At BIMAQ, Measurements Are Made at the Highest Level
The University of Bremen is looking for women who have experienced violence and are willing to share their experiences with the help system for a study.
1.85 million euros invested to experience two and a half seconds of weightlessness: ZARM has put a new drop tower into operation.
What does it focus on? An interview with the group's head, Professor Sönke Florian Gerhold.
Another effect of the Ukraine war: Soil that actually serves as fallow land for biodiversity is now to be cultivated again.
Lithium, magnesium, scandium, vanadium, gallium, boron, indium, molybdenum, rubidium: valuable raw materials that are mostly extracted in mines outside Europe.
Journalism is supposed to educate and expose wrongdoing. A relatively new trend is now trying to approach reporting in a solution-oriented way
What, who, why? In the “Explain This, Professor” series, Bremen researchers reveal why they do what they do. Today: How the coldest place in the Universe came to be in Bremen.
It is an environmental and climate archive, a sensitive ecosystem, and important for the global carbon cycle: The ocean floor fulfills many important functions.
Increasing lifetime and safety, decreasing maintenance and power generation costs and CO2 emission: That is the goal of a research project involving U Bremen Research Alliance member institutions.
A great example of how research-based learning works at the University of Bremen: the smartphone app "Tiltification."
Hotly debated: wolf or grazing animal? It’s not possible to have both together without problems – or is it? Researchers at the University of Bremen are working on a solution.
It documents the world's knowledge on the impact of climate change on ecosystems and biodiversity, on people and nature: In February, Working Group II of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) releases its status report.
Nations and the environment are being exploited for sought-after raw materials. The consequences for society are immense.
When we buy something on the internet, we often enter into contracts that are hard to understand. This is exactly what Nicholas Mouttotos deals with at the University of Bremen.
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