Together with partners, the Austrian Institute of Technology and motorcycle manufacturer KTM are developing an innovative, new electric motorcycle as part of the EMotion lighthouse project.
Scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS in Germany have developed innovative "μPCR" lab modules to significantly speed up PCR lab tests
The ENSURE Copernicus project at RWTH Aachen University in Germany plans to test five technologies in the coming years
A study at Saarland University has shown that a combination with active ingredients from Astrazeneca and Biontech/Pfizer appears to be the best combination.
A team of international researchers has found that autistic children who grow up bilingual can compensate for certain basic deficits better than monolingual children.
Using satellite data, German researchers have produced over several years detailed maps of what agricultural land use looks like in Germany for the first time.
An international group of researchers sees France as the big winner in the European soccer championship. But England and Spain may also have a chance.
A group of international researchers has shown in studies how computer simulations can provide information more accurately and faster than traditional physical wind tunnel experiments.
Researchers at Cologne University of Applied Sciences and WHO Reinraumtechnik are working to develop a monitoring system that can intelligently control air purification in rooms.
Researchers from various institutes have studied for the first time how much micro- and macroplastic ends up in agricultural soils - and from which sources the plastic originates.
The EU-funded e-ferry project has developed a new all-electric and pollution-free car ferry that could soon replace traditionally diesel-powered ferries.
Fraunhofer IZM researchers have developed a whole new generation of microimplants that can be charged completely wirelessly using ultrasound waves.
As part of the EU-funded FReSMe project, scientists are researching the possibility of producing the climate-friendly fuel methanol from the harmful climate gas CO2.
Researchers at the University of Glasgow have developed a new method to identify extraterrestrial life - by looking at the composition of molecules.
A new study from the Swedish Research Council has shown that a higher BMI may result in a higher survival rate in the presence of a severe bacterial infection.
German and Swiss scientists want to use ESA parabolic flights to find out what influence gravity has on biochemical processes in cartilage cells to further research osteoarthritis.
Swiss scientists have developed a control device that allows drone swarms to fly around obstacles without colliding with other drones in the swarm.
University of Cambridge researchers develop implants to help bypass nerve damage so people can move paralyzed limbs again.
Innovative smartphone apps not only help to identify a wide variety of plant species, they also collect data that give scientists insights about changes in ecosystems.
KIT researchers have succeeded in developing a new process that uses light and a photocatalytic membrane to remove micro-pollutants from water.