Germany-based SAS data analytics company launches index on public opinion of AI
Mercedes-Benz has bought a 33% stake in ACC. The goal of this company is to increase battery production to 120 GWh by 2030 from virtually zero at present. An investment of 7 billion euros.
Germany under Merkel has remained stagnant in many areas. The economy is strong, but not very future-oriented. Experts are calling for a major modernization effort from the next government.
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.
The world's first in vitro hair follicle inseparably linked to collagen could make breeding fur animals obsolete - and end the cruel treatment of animals.
Artificial intelligence compares the cells of sick people with a reference atlas of healthy cells. In practice, doctors can use it to accurately identify diseased cells.
A research team is working with an industry consortium to develop a robotic cell for the high-speed automated assembly of fuel cell stacks.
How is our hydrogen society and economy faring? In the summer series 'The Netherlands, hydrogen land' we discuss the current state of affairs with technicians and scientists.
A European research consortium aims to overcome barriers to recycling textiles to enable a truly sustainable circular economy for fashion
Taxifolin, a substance derived from the wood of the larch tree, may significantly improve the immune response to SARS-CoV-2 infection, according to German scientists.
Dogs can determine with great accuracy whether people are infected with corona from different body fluids.
Innsbruck researchers have created two-dimensional supersolid quantum gas in the laboratory for the first time. Until now, this has only been observed in one dimension
Quantum dots could revolutionize photovoltaic technology. One example would be incorporating them into windows to generate energy.
Scientists want to explore how a quantum computer can systematically process and use data to find new, more targeted pathways for personalized therapies.
The system is designed to autonomously survey an unknown environment and use the data to create a three-dimensional model of a deposit
New barn floor could soon minimize climate-damaging ammonia emissions in cow barns by more than 45 percent.
The mortality rate depends not only on infection rates or protective measures taken, but also on how well the healthcare system functions