Bremen has become a hotspot for 3-D printing, and one of its brightest lights is Materialise NV from Belgium.
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European launcher hails from the Hanseatic city.
Germany is a world leader in lightweight construction and engineering. And that is generating opportunities and innovation in engineering, materials technology, design and services. Watch our video!
Germany’s expertise in lightweight engineering, design and services is generating exciting new opportunities and innovations in manufacturing, construction and other industries.
Need a rocket engine? Munich start-up Isar Aerospace Technologies, founded last year, has set its sights high – it aims to become ‘Europe’s SpaceX.’
Denmark robotics company OnRobot has established its first German subsidiary in the town of Soest.
Researchers at Paderborn University have invented a robot named NAO that helps children learn how to compose complex adjectives and meaningful sentences. The line between learning and playing is blurred.
Almost one-third (32 percent) of all German industrial companies use 3D printing. That was the result of a study of 555 industrial firms with 100 or more employees carried out by Germany’s digital association Bitkom.
Chinese toolmaker ZCC Cutting Tools Europe opened a new testing and demonstration center in the western German city of Düsseldorf.
The Mexican-born biotech scholar who won the 2018 BMWi startup award is no newcomer to commerce: this is his third startup.