As the use of in vitro diagnostics continues to increase around the world, especially in the field of personalized medicine, German companies are leading innovations in Europe.
Digital healthcare hits the road as Audi invests in medical mobility solutions and launches an in-car product that can monitor the mental and physical fitness of the driver.
The Berlin-based company is pioneering on-demand, hydroponic farming services with a bold vision to help cities become independent in their food production.
Germany has targeted a complete phase-out of nuclear power by the end of 2022 and in recent years has ramped up renewable energy production.
The German government recently passed three laws which will invigorate the renewable energy market. But some areas of R&D still need state support to make the energy transition a reality.
Interview with Klaus Bonhoff, chief executive of the National Organization for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NOW),
Sixty is the new fifty. That’s a crucial message for companies as demographic change opens up a vast new market over the next few decades. This trend is more pronounced in Germany, where the active over-50s age group provides huge potential for investment, innovation, and development.
Health is a way of life in industrialized countries. As Europe’s biggest market for medical products and services, Germany has a very promising out-of-pocket health-care market not covered by health insurance providers.
For centuries humans have looked to the power of nature to soothe and heal. And some healing methods go beyond the medical to include complementary, spiritual and natural remedies. Such treatments are increasing in popularity in Germany.