How does the PRIMUS school system work?
Bremen is contributing to the creation of a national research data infrastructure
How the possible use of hydrogen is being researched at the University of Bremen
Expedition into the ice: PhD student Linda Thielke explains how to prepare yourself for an Arctic expedition
Julian Engel and Dr. Georg Pesch have something in common: They are committed to a sustainable future. Engel does this as a marine biologist and Pesch as an engineer. They were honored this year for exactly that.
A close partnership between researchers in Bremen and Cameroon is to raise awareness for bees
The Department of Psychology is trying to find answers with twin research
Doctors can train the implementation of hip implants using a simulator
The interdisciplinary and collaborative research platform “Worlds of Contradiction” is granted the status of research institution
A worldwide climate alliance has been established. The University of Bremen is the only participating German university.
Will the traditional bank still be around in the future?
Corona has a grip on us all. Science is on its trail.
Brackets for face visors are being printed at the University of Bremen
Corona crisis: How natural science researchers are organizing themselves and their teams.
Shortages in medication are becoming increasingly regular in Germany – and that was before the corona crisis. An interview with the health scientist and care researcher Professor Gerd Glaeske.
With their expertise, law scholars at the University of Bremen are ensuring that personal rights are being preserved during the application of new technologies.
Gunnar Spreen spent three months on the Polarstern research vessel in the eternal ice. He answered a few of our questions and shared his experience in the Arctic.
Whether it is health apps or the exchange of health-related data: The health sector is becoming digital.
Researchers want to make the work of couriers on cargo bikes safer and more efficient with the development of an intelligent bicycle helmet.
What, who, why? In the “Explain This, Professor” series, Bremen researchers reveal why some things are as they are. Today: Basso Continuo.
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