Speed is of the essence in combatting the coronavirus pandemic, and German conglomerate Bosch is doing its bit with a new test it says will shorten the time needed to obtain result from 2.5 hours to 39 minutes.
Scientists at Berlin’s Charité Research Hospital say that they have identified antibodies that can protect against the coronavirus.
Smart Homes are growing in popularity in Germany, found a study commissioned by the country’s digital industry organization bitkom.
The Institute for Lightweight Engineering and Plastics Technology (ILK) at the Technical University of Dresden is developing new thermoplastic fiber-composite hydrogen tanks in pancake design.
American bank JPMorgan is transferring billions in assets to German banking capital Frankfurt in reaction to the United Kingdom’s departure from the Europe at the end of 2020. That would make it the sixth largest bank in Germany.
US electric carmaker Tesla has gotten off to a flying start in its goal of completing its first European “gigafactory” in Grünheide near Berlin.
The British have rarely held the EU’s largest member state, Germany, in higher regard.
Markets Germany spoke to Dr. Stefan Kaufmann, Innovation Commissioner for Green Hydrogen at the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research about Germany’s unique approach to hydrogen.
The Federal Government has decided to extend its Coronavirus Kurzarbeit (“Short-Time Work”) scheme through to the end of 2021 to maintain jobs and lay the way for economic recovery.
The eastern German city of Cottbus wants to make its bus fleet CO2 neutral. For that to happen, some of its 55 vehicles will have to run on “green hydrogen” produced from renewably generated electricity.