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Thuringia stands out as a blockbuster investment location in Europe’s heartland, even in years as turbulent as 2020.
Saarland impresses: Chinese high-tech company invests up to two billion euros.
Infosys, 247TailorSteel, OrCam Technologies, DPD: the state NRW maintains a consistently high level of foreign direct investments.
Additive manufacturing – aka 3D printing – has the potential to revolutionize the way things are made. It’s a hugely growing sector around the world, nowhere more so than in Europe’s industrial powerhouse Germany. Check out our new video to add layers to your understanding of this crucial market.
Juwel is German for jewel, and the new JUWELS Booster Module supercomputer at the Jülich Forschungszentrum (Research Center) certainly is a gem.
One sector in Germany that is profiting from the restrictions associated with the coronavirus pandemic is electronics.
Stuttgart’s Hawk supercomputer has set a new German standard in speed.
The Chinese tech giant is opening global flagship store on Berlin’s luxury boulevard Kurfürstendamm.
The European Patent Office (EPO) puts Germany at the top of Europe and second in world in the future-oriented sector of additive manufacturing (AM), commonly known as 3D printing.