Corona: Massive Increase in Germany‘s Faith in Science During Crisis

One consequence of the coronavirus pandemic is a huge rise in Germans’ trust in scientists and researchers.

Corona: German Consumer Habits Change During Crisis

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.

From Farmland to Healthcare

The area around the town of Anklam in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is traditionally agricultural. Now, healthcare companies from Germany and abroad are discovering the benefits of the northern German location.

3D Printing Providing Quick Solutions to Covid-19 Crisis

Additive manufacturing technologies have an important role to play in the supply of materials in the corona crisis, with urgently needed components being produced in short lead times.

Corona: Germany Inspires Cautious Optimism

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.

New App Relieves Insect Bites

Three young entrepreneurs from southwestern Germany have come up with a device to relieve the discomfort of insect stings using the principle of hyperthermia.

Location, Location, Location

For a long time, the region around the city of Walsrode in the federal state of Niedersachsen struggled with structural challenges. But in recent years, the region once reliant on chemical firms has evolved into an efficient e-commerce logistics location.

“Forest Gum” – the Organic Chewing Gum

Forest Gum contains no sugar, artificial aromas, synthetic additives or plastic.

From Port to Waterside Living

The city of Bremen is reinventing its port on the Weser river with the largest construction project in Europe. Construction companies, developers and other companies are invited to reshape the future of the northern German city.

Yellow Fever Vaccine

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.