Research

After the handover of the grant for the "Flybots" project: (from left) Prof. Dr Achim Enders (Institute for Electromagnetic Compatibility, EMC, TU Braunschweig), Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens Friedrichs (Institute of Jet Propulsion and Turbomachinery, IFAS, TU Braunschweig), Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ing. Stefan Levedag (Institute of Flight Systems, DLR), Dr.-Ing. Helmut Többen (Institute of Flight Guidance, DLR), Lower Saxony's Minister of Economic Affairs Dr. Bernd Althusmann and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Hecker (Institute of Flight Guidance, IFF, TU Braunschweig). Photo credits: Max Fuhrmann/TU Braunschweig
11. May 2022

First step towards a drone test centre Minister Althusmann handed over grant for "Flybots" project

3. May 2022

Braunschweig: State Minister for Science and Culture inaugurates climatic AWD dynamometer Large-scale system for automotive testing in operation at NFF

4. April 2022

3D-printed sodium-ion batteries by 2025 Consortium plans mass production of solid-state batteries

29. March 2022

How to bring autonomous trucks to the streets ATLAS-L4: Funding project with partners from the vehicle industry, software development, scientific research and administration

22. March 2022

Fish become master builders Research project "MigRamp" at TU Braunschweig investigates preferred swimming paths

18. March 2022

Research cooperation in war TU Braunschweig supports partner university in Kiev

11. March 2022

Microorganisms in Lake Constance convert tonnes of ammonium Microbiologists show how important ammonium-oxidising microorganisms are for Germany's largest lake

24. February 2022

Sustainable flying by 2050 – is it possible? The podcast "Exzellent erklärt" reports on the cutting-edge research of the Cluster of Excellence SE²A

15. February 2022

Concept for plant cultivation systems of the future from Braunschweig receives award DLG Agrifuture Concept Prize for "Spot Farming Approach”

10. February 2022

In the Arctic with a Helicopter Towed Probe Results of the MOSAiC expedition published

9. February 2022

Climate Change and Microorganisms in the Lower Atmosphere Rising temperatures: Natural balance in the troposphere in danger

7. February 2022

Protection and training against highly infectious pathogens Establishment of a Centre of Excellence for infection prevention in Rwanda

20. January 2022

Training neural networks more difficult than expected Artificial intelligence: Research team delivers new insights

20. January 2022

Sustainability for Marine Regions Kick-off meeting: CoastalFutures, a component of the DAM research mission, researches utilization of the sea and coasts

14. January 2022

Solving the hard problems with quantum computers Two projects worth millions are to make the technology of the future usable

13. January 2022

How understandable is the gender asterisk? Experiments at TU Braunschweig indicate different effects for plural and singular forms

11. January 2022

Evidence: Boost immunizations help against Omicron Worldwide study on efficacy of cross-vaccinations

10. January 2022

After Liquid Follows Solid More powerful and safer: BiSSFest research project on solid-state batteries launched

21. December 2021

IT Security: Computer Attacks with Laser Light LaserShark: Researchers investigate hidden communication via optical channels - data can be transmitted to light-emitting diodes already built into devices

17. December 2021

The diversity of plants’ water use strategies makes forests resilient to extreme drought Largest tracer experiment to date in artificial rainforest Biosphere 2