German researchers have developed a method to determine the vitality of cyanobacteria more quickly in order to make them suitable for the production of antibiotics.
Hydrogen cars are dying a slow death in Europe. Althpugh expectations remain high for trucks, buses, trains, ships and airplanes.
According to the German scientists who have developed this method, it could become a standard application for optical detection of infections on implants in the future.
A scientist at the Leibniz Institute for New Materials in Saarbrücken in Germany is researching how lithium, a valuable raw material for electromobility, can be extracted from mine water.
An international team of scientists is researching into ways of using implants to directly target brain areas that are responsible for processing visual information.
German and British scientists have discovered that the protease inhibitor aprotinin can prevent the SARS CoV-2 virus from entering host cells.
The Finnish energy group wants to create a recycling cluster for batteries used in electric cars in Harjavalta.
Carsharing conquers our cities. Do the numerous offers relieve traffic and the environment? Sustainable mobility of the future or rather a cool additional offer?
Experts from six different Fraunhofer Institutes have developed an individual, flexible and modular concept for the mobility of the future: The 'Vision PI.'
Researchers at the German DSMZ have studied how marine microorganisms break down and recycle biodegradable plastic: Through the division of tasks among bacterial communities.
Together with international colleagues, German scientists have designed a life-support system for the city of "Nüwa", which is to serve one million people on Mars.
With lectures from Katleen Gabriels, Marko Jelicic and Annelien German and documentaries about Oliver Sacks, discriminatory facial recognition and Deep Brain Stimulation.
The Dutch company SALD expects to be able to provide batteries with an ultra-thin layer that makes batteries three times more powerful by 2022 or 2023 at the earliest.
In cooperation with the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS), Forschungszentrum Jülich has calculated several possible scenarios for the further course of the corona pandemic in Germany.
Scientists of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, together with project partners in Vietnam and Germany, have found new ways to recycle by-products from agricultural production.
Scientists at the German Leibniz Institute for Catalysis have discovered a method that uses sunlight to fully degrade organic contaminants in wastewater.
Researchers at the University of Augsburg in Germany are working on an app that can detect an infection with the SARS CoV-2 coronavirus via speech. The app currently has an accuracy rate of over 80%.
Commissioned by the German chemical group Basf, the technique for automatic image recognition will be further perfected over the coming years.
Within 3 to 4 years, the tiny Greek island of Astypalaia will be freed as far as possible from anything that runs on petrol, diesel or gas.
Scientists at the Ferman Fraunhofer IOSB and their partners are developing a complex IT ecosystem that aims to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the future.