Increase the visibility of transfer and express appreciation for transfer activities

Measures and examples of good practice in this field of action:

University transfer report published for the first time in 2022

The Transfer Report 2022 provides interesting insights into the diverse transfer of knowledge and technology at the University of Bremen. University employees are involved in many areas: they cooperate with partners from society and business, give lectures, organise interactive events and projects for and with citizens or provide information about research and teaching projects in blogs and social networks.

From now on, the transfer report will be published every two years.


Transfer in the university anniversary yearbook DARUM.

In 2021, the University of Bremen celebrated its 50th anniversary. To mark the occasion, the university published its yearbook in an "anniversary edition": 155 pages in a handy format with the self-confident title DARUM. It also presents the university's transfer activities, e.g. start-ups and networking in the technology park.


Transfer protagonists and their projects in the new university magazine update


In the new university magazine update and its online version up2date, the university presents the entire spectrum of its activities. The staff of the Department of University Communication and Marketing provide exciting and entertaining insights into the topics of research, teaching & studies, campus life and university & society. The last section contains regular reports and portraits of transfer-active academics and their projects. For example, we have already reported on citizen science, spin-offs and neighbourhood projects.


Topic page with profiles of "Transfer in Teaching" projects

The Department of Teaching and Studies has dedicated a separate page on the University of Bremen's website to the topic of "Transfer in Teaching". It presents profiles of projects that teachers at the university have realised together with their students and external cooperation partners. The collection is constantly being updated:

Studierende im Gespräch in einem Seminarraum.

Yearbook 2018/19 "Thinking ahead in transfer"

The main theme of the 2018/19 yearbook of the University of Bremen is "Transfer weiterdenken". It presents researchers who are carrying out exciting transfer projects together with colleagues, students and external partners. New transfer formats such as Citizen Scienceship or Science Slam will also be trialled and reported on in the yearbook.

You can find more information about the yearbook here.

Updated by: Giard