An entire research and information mile will be presented on the Weser at the Maritime Week. The state of Bremen is a strong location for science and there will be events here from September 16th to 17th. There are all sorts of things to discover on the lower Weser.

Curious? Interested in experimenting? Those are exactly the right ones here!

Maritime-oriented research and science institutes present themselves on the research mile on Schlachte-Ufer and invite you to experiments and participate in activities in small pagoda tents. Young young researchers are particularly welcome here. Research results are exhibited and presented in a playful and entertaining way. But those who prefer to watch from outside and have questions are also warmly invited to visit the renowned research landscape. Either way, the research mile will awaken the spirit of research because the topics range from secrets from the depths of the oceans to autonomous mobility.

The exhibitors provide answers to current global questions and provide information about new findings and research results. The scientists from Bremen and Bremerhaven also comment on exciting tasks that they will encounter either as part of their work or in the future.

What the institutes offer

ASB (Workers' Samaritans Association, Bremen Regional Association) Wish car
Youth research Bremen Building water rockets and interacting with the VDini Club stand
Scientists for future
Bremen regional group
Stop global warming, preserve the biosphere
Science goes public Project presentations “Science goes Public”, application, wheel of fortune + exhibit
House of Science Information material
University of Bremen Renewable Energies
Institute of Environmental Physics,
University of Bremen
Ice cube experiment and climate change in the Arctic, volcanoes
Bremen University Examples from the Blue Sciences research cluster: pedal boats from the international pedal boat regatta
BIAS Job exchange for young scientists and information about the career path from engineering p. Studying physics up to a doctorate, building a spectrograph, wheel of fortune
TOPAS industrial mathematics Industrial mathematics, autonomous systems, energy transition
LEMEX Creative and innovative solution approaches, participatory activities (problem solution finding)
MARUM Information material, films, robot simulation craft station
Jade University of Elsfleth Nautical experiments
SUB Introduction and offer of the club and presentation of a training dinghy
Alfred Wegener Institute

NORTH SEA TOUCHING for young and old

What does it look like in the North Sea? What species live there and why? How is climate change changing the ecosystem? What do current marine conservation measures look like?

The AWI provides multimedia, interactive and sensory information about the North Sea. We show sampling devices, experiments, oysters you can touch and exciting underwater photos.