The coronavirus pandemic is changing how people in Germany work, study and live. Some of these changes also have positive aspects.
How digital is Germany? The D21 initiative asked more than 16,000 people about their habits and attitudes.
3D printing, a supercomputer and hydrogen: three examples of how research in Germany is achieving new dimensions.
The mobility transformation needs new ideas – or old ideas need to be rethought. Meet three companies here that are daring to do something new.
Social startups are helping us to overcome societal challenges – also, and especially, during the coronavirus crisis.
Find out here how people hit on ideas like fixing CO2 in building materials and helping young people via WhatsApp.
There are no patent recipes for containing the COVID-19 pandemic. Nevertheless, Germany can rely on three strengths.
A base for space launches in northern Germany is under discussion – and German startups are working on innovative rockets.
From a super-telescope to the Mars camera: technology developed in Germany is helping humans explore the universe.
Berlin Brandenburg Airport opens – decades of planning brought to a successful conclusion.
Park automatically, use digital data, manage traffic: three German-US joint ventures for the future of cities.