Germany’s Federal Cabinet approved the creation of a new agency to give longer-term support to innovative concepts and ideas.
Location / R&D
The Joint European Disruptive Initiative (JEDI) proposed by French President Emmanuel Macron at a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in September is taking shape.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) announced in late July that it will provide EUR 15 million in financing to Jennewein Biotechnologie GmbH.
Central Corporation (CTR), a specialist in the production of steering systems and connections, has opened its first European Technology Center in North Rhine-Westphalia, in the Hezogenrath Technology Park near Aachen.
German companies, researchers and developers are pioneering the disruptive AI applications of the future.Little wonder foreign investment is flowing into German R&D.
All over Germany there are hundreds of research facilities and companies that have partnered to develop artificial intelligence applications.
»Germany has produced many pioneers«
The Chinese startup Infervision is hoping to transform the healthcare market all over Europe and prove that thinking machines can save lives.
The Berlin-based company Graforce Hydro has developed a low-cost and climate-neutral process for producing eco-friendly hydrogen using wastewater and renewable energies.
The Technical University of Munich cooperates more closely with the corporate sector than any other German university. While the students benefit from hands-on training, companies get ideas for innovative products and new technologies.