Qualified Migrants

As far as people with higher degrees are concerned, migration is a net-sum gain for Germany and a safeguard against “brain drain.”.

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University Grades

Germany’s universities get high marks for innovation.

Germany’s E-Mobile Valley

The automotive metropolis of Stuttgart is spearheading a shift from gasoline and diesel toward electricity and hydrogen. Companies from the field of e-mobility can capitalize on the restructuring that is taking place in Baden-Württemberg, for example as suppliers to car makers.

Bosch Announces New Rapid Coronavirus Test

The health care division of world-renowned German company Bosch announced on March 26 that it has developed a test kit for COVID-19 and nine other viral respiratory illnesses.

Germany Devotes €150 Million to Connect Research Hospitals into Anti-Corona Network

The country’s many centers of research excellence will now be centrally linked to speed efforts to combat the pandemic.

Israeli Idea for German Diversity

A special fund committed to increasing the number of women within Berlin’s start-up scene. That’s the idea of 43-year-old Israeli investor Mali Baum from Tel Aviv.

40 Million for IDnow

Munich fintech start-up IDnow has raised 40 million USD from New York investor Corsair capital. The company says it plans to use the windfall to open further offices in France and Britain.

3-D Printing in Bremen

Bremen has become a hotspot for 3-D printing, and one of its brightest lights is Materialise NV from Belgium.

Germany Starts Unlimited Relief Program for Corona-Hit Firms

German government ministries and a state bank have commenced a “Special Plan 2020” to save companies from bankruptcy because of the virus.