Number one in research and development – Germany is at the top of the list of the most innovative countries. But it also has a weakness.
People with the courage to come up with new ideas are making Germany fit for the future. Three examples from the digital sector.
Does sustainability harm economic development? We introduce a European initiative that says the opposite is the case.
A research centre aims to transform the Rhenish mining area into a real-world laboratory for sustainable management.
The sustainable use of the oceans is the goal of marine biotechnology. These German projects have a promising future.
More and more companies in Germany are discovering biological raw materials as the basis for their products – and they are getting extremely imaginative in the process.
Christian Patermann, pioneer of the bioeconomy, explains the potential and limits of an economy that prioritizes biological raw materials.
Progress needs big ideas. Find out here how Germany promotes springboard innovations in science and technology.
Will it be possible to put a coronavirus vaccine on the market soon? A look at German research projects
Voluntary apps could soon play an important role in stopping the spread of the coronavirus. These three platforms could help to achieve that.
German companies respond by quickly producing urgently needed supplies to confront the coronavirus crisis.