The 2021 Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress of future mobility in Hamburg got off to an innovative start in mid-October with a premier: the maiden 23-kilometer trips of autonomous self-driving trains on the city’s aboveground public transport system.
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Vancouver Rock Tech Lithium has announced its intention to construct a EUR 470 million production plant for battery-grade lithium hydroxide for electric vehicles in the town of Guben in eastern German regional state of Brandenburg.
Between now and 2025, the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is to put EUR 30 million into artificial intelligence innovations in plastics recycling.
The 2021 ranking of Germany smartest cities features a familiar name at the summit: Hamburg.
Researchers at Fraunhofer Institutes in Würzburg and Dresden have come up with a smart coating for windows to make them darken as they heat up.
Container ship sets sail from Germany for first-ever voyage powered by CO2-neutral liquid natural gas.
The German government has set the criteria for awarding EUR 350 million up for grabs between now and the end of 2024 for green hydrogen projects outside the country.
The European Union’s 4.6-billion-euro ECSEL (Electronics Components and Systems for European Leadership) program has funded its final 14 projects, and 13 of them feature German participation.
The Technical University of Dresden hopes that bigger will not only be better but also point down a new path for the future.
Germany’s healthcare market is the largest in Europe, and the reputation of its universities and research institutes is second to none. Now the country is increasingly starting to exploit its potential as an innovation hub for life sciences.