Digitalisation affects everyone: Year of Science 2018 offers an opportunity to help shape the new working world.
How ideas from Germany are changing aerospace. Three examples from Munich, Dresden and Bremen.
Cinematic rendering, nimble robots and helping hands: these three clever inventions have been nominated for the German Future Prize.
Watch out, someone’s overtaking: How Deutsche Post and small start-ups are competing with the giant car manufacturers when it comes to electromobility.
The right, creative inspirations lead to permanent prosperity and a sustained, improved living environment for all Europeans.
To mark the German Aerospace Congress (Deutscher Luft- und Raumfahrtkongress) in Munich, we present three German start-ups whose founders want to revolutionize the industry.
Carbon Valley in northern Germany is the country’s forge for the technology of the future. A flying car is expected to take off here soon.
A Dresden-based firm has succeeded in manufacturing a climate-neutral superfuel using carbon-dioxide, water and green electricity.
By international comparison in many regards the industrial nation of Germany scores record figures. The key data.
Robots play football, search for disaster victims or tidy up the apartment – the world’s best robotics teams are competing in the RoboCup.
In the form of “Ask Without Shame” Ruth Nabembezi has developed a platform that answers anonymous questions relating to sexuality.