Better Brain Check

Researchers at Carl von Ossietsky University in the northern German city of Oldenburg have successfully tested a brain-monitoring device that could replace conventional encephalography (EEG).

Disinfecting Ambulances

Germany’s renowned Fraunhofer Institute and the vehicle equipping company BINZ Ambulance- und Umwelttechnik have come up with a system for disinfecting emergency service vehicles using UVC light.

Germany’s Drive Toward Electric Vehicles

The trend is clear – all of Germany’s big carmakers are going electric. No wonder that Germany is expected to overtake China as the world’s leading EV producer. And now Tesla’s coming as well.

Telemedicine is Go

New laws and a shift in thinking from medical practitioners mean the telemedicine market is expected to become increasingly dynamic in Germany in the coming years. E-healthcare will make many processes more efficient.

What’s ‘Small Talk’ in German?

Germans have a reputation for being scientific but rather humorless. But is this cultural stereotype true? Fiona Evans, U.S. consul general in Düsseldorf, considers the relationship between her countrymen and their German business partners.

Speedy Business

New software from Hamburg start-up Baqend allows commercial websites to operate between twice and ten times faster.

Breakfast Made in Germany

Polish food producer VICI Polska is expanding to the city of Anklam in the northeastern German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. It’s planning a 18-million-euro facility to make breakfast products for the Asian and Eastern European markets.

Revving Up

The innovative product can double motor performance without increasing motor size by using copper wire to disperse coolants to engine coils.

German-led Research Team Links Covid-19 to Blood Group

The world-renowned New England Journal of Medicine has published a European study by a research team at the Christian Albrecht University of Kiel in northern Germany that found blood type may hold a key to people’s susceptibility to coronavirus-related illnesses.

Robotics in Germany

With their love of mechanical engineering Germans are particularly fascinated by robots. Germany is among the world’s top 5 users of them. And the robotics turnover in Germany has grown by 50 percent in recent years from EUR 10.4 billion in 2013 to an estimated EUR 15.7 billion in 2019. Watch our video!