One consequence of the coronavirus pandemic is a huge rise in Germans’ trust in scientists and researchers.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced people to modify their behavior in a variety of areas, including what they purchase. A number of trends are beginning to coalesce.
The corona lockdown in Germany has hit smaller businesses particularly hard, but as the German edition of Business Insider recently researched, a surprising number of fledgling companies are bucking the trend and attracting millions in investment capital.
Experts from a variety of institutes and other sources see positive signs concerning both Germany’s response to the coronavirus crisis and the effect that it will have on the country’s economy.
Three young entrepreneurs from southwestern Germany have come up with a device to relieve the discomfort of insect stings using the principle of hyperthermia.
Forest Gum contains no sugar, artificial aromas, synthetic additives or plastic.
Solar parks are good for the environment – in multiple senses. That’s the conclusion of a study carried out by the Association of Energy Market Innovators (bne) looking at 75 parks in Germany.
Scientists at the Max Planck Institute in Magdeburg have developed a method that can produce 80 times more vaccine viruses in one go than the conventional method.
In the global efforts to combat the coronavirus pandemic, testing has proven to be a main challenge.
Stem cells are a vital element in biotechnology research, but so far they have been difficult to mass produce. Dresden start-up denovoMATRIX wants to change all that.