16.02.18 | On 15 February, the exhibition "Einfach Wissenswert: Forschung international" was opened with a welcome speech by the Bremen Senator of Science, Health and Consumer Protection Prof. Dr. Quante-Brandt. The exhibition can be viewed at the Haus der Wissenschaft and provides insights into international networking of Bremen researchers.
How do Bremen scientists cooperate on the international stage? Eight selected projects from the state of Bremen give answers to these questions. The ZMT is also involved presenting two exhibits from its mangrove research: On an elaborate multimedia display with touch screen, visitors can navigate through information about mangroves and related ZMT research projects around the globe. A drone recently deployed on Fiji represents an innovative approach to mangrove research.
A further highlight are excerpts from video telephone conversations between Bremen researchers and their cooperation partners from other countries. These calls on each of the eight projects presented were conducted specifically for the exhibition.
The exhibition "Research international" is the eighth in the series by the Senator for Science, Health and Consumer Protection 's "EINFACH WISSENSWERT” series and will be open at the Haus der Wissenschaft in Bremen until 21 April. The venue offers free guided tours.
As part of an accompanying lecture series Prof. Dr. Martin Zimmer, head of the workgroup Mangrove Ecology at ZMT, will give a talk on March 3 2018 at 11 a.m. on “Protecting and using mangroves - but where and how?”
Further information: http://hausderwissenschaft.de/EINFACH_WISSENSWERT_Forschu... html