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U Bremen Research Alliance

Alliance of Excellent Research

Bremen is an outstanding location for science. Here, the University of Bremen and eleven non-university research institutes financed by the Federal Government have formed the "U Bremen Research Alliance" – manifestation of their ongoing good cooperation. The Alliance stands for cross-institutional research, with the members’ close proximity facilitating quick decision making. The essence of the alliance lies in the sharing of infrastructures, excellent service and advisory structures, tailored career paths, and swift implementation of scientific ideas. All in all, this translates into an environment with ideal conditions for creative, independent, and highly cooperative research.

 

 

 

Working at the U Bremen Research Alliance

Working at the U Bremen Research Alliance
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U Bremen Research Alliance Conferences

In order to promote the growth of joint research projects located at the interface of the member institutions, the U Bremen Research Alliance announces  financial support of up to three U Bremen Research Alliance Conferences in 2019. The conferences can be supported with up to 10,000 euro each. To the Call for Proposals

 

Wissenschaftssenatorin Prof. Dr. Eva Quante-Brandt und Bürgermeister Dr. Carsten Sieling
Senator of Science Prof. Dr. Eva Quante-Brandt and Mayor Dr. Carsten Sieling at the U Bremen Research Alliance exhibition stand.

U Bremen Research Alliance at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) 2018

From October 1st to October 5th 2018 more than 6,000 scientists, industry and association representatives and politicians met in Bremen to discuss the future of space travel and space research. The U Bremen Research Alliance was also represented with an exhibition stand at the accompanying exhibition with a total of 10,300 m². The aim: to inform the international guests and - on October 3rd, the Public Day as well the Bremen citizens - about the research strength of Bremen. After the fair we can draw a very positive summary. Not only industry representatives and research institutions informed themselves about the possibilities of co-operating with Bremen research institutions. The interest of many young scientists in career opportunities within the Alliance and among its members was remarkable.