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Bremen Technology Park

On the doorstep of the university Bremen

A pioneering decision with spectacular results: 30 years ago (1988) Bremen's state government decided to build the Technology Park. The 174-hectare premises surrounding the University of Bremen has since transformed into a central hub for high-tech and research in northern Germany.

The park now contains around 550 companies, including OHB SE, the BEGO group and OAS. It is also home to leading research institutions, such as the Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM), the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology (MPI), the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) – with the synergies generated by the broad mix of disciplines delivering practical ideas and concepts.

Key data
  • Total land area (gross): 174 hectares
  • Areas of different sizes available
  • Over 550 high-tech companies and institutes with around 10,000 employees
  • University of Bremen with 3,400 employees and around 19,000 students
Commercial land and premises

Bremen Technology Park offers a range of vacant commercial land and premises owned by the local authority. Please contact us for more information.

You can also use our property search function to find out about the commercial premises on offer. And we can meet you in person, of course, to tell you about the properties that suit your needs and any alternatives you might want to consider.

The Bremen property finder

Our Bremen property finder is a free service. We market all municipal commercial property and also have a portfolio of privately owned properties for sale or lease.

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Bremen Technology Park
9 July 2019
The Lego bricks of conveyor technology

Bremen-based start-up cellumation has already won various awards for its invention, but now the company is really taking off. It has developed a new conveyor system called Celluveyor, whose modular construction makes it significantly more flexible and means it requires less space than conventional systems.

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Science
20 September 2018
How digital media is shaping society

How is the role of media and other forms of communication changing in society? What are the resulting challenges? The international MA in Digital Media and Society, which launches at the University of Bremen in time for the winter semester, aims to provide the answers.

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Science
23 August 2018
InnoWi – Bremen’s patent application specialists

Good ideas may be rare, but imitators are easy to find. Which makes it all the more important to secure patents for new inventions. Bremen-based InnoWi helps companies and the research community to register new patents, and is also on hand to provide advice and access to funding.

From the idea to the patent