Three separate projects in Scotland, Germany and Poland show promise in creating useful products out of garbage: vanillin, biofuel and bioplastic.
A nano-device developed by German scientists that can be introduced safely into the body holds promises for early cancer detection
A new technology measures the surface temperature on the leaves of plants, informing farmers precisely when to irrigate their crops.
This year the IAA car show (Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung) in Munich Germany is really something else.
New technologies such as autonomous cars require a huge increase in computing power. A new network of computer chips is about to provide a solution for that.
A digital twin of the Heinrich Bridge in Bamberg will make maintenance easier, faster and cheaper and possibly even prolong the life of the bridge itself.
Battery-powered charging stations, a self-propelled passenger transport system with 100 million kilometres travelled and smart radar systems.
Where once coal waited to be shoveled onto train cars, the Kohlebunker in Freimann, just north of Munich, now hosts companies at the cutting edge […]
eMove360 awards the best innovations in electromobility
Wild mice resemble humans more than lab mice – and that’s a big deal for those working on a Corona vaccine
Experiments on lab mice often yield wrong results, so wild mice are being added to the mix for greater accuracy