Insect larvae instead of conventional protein feed: Munich-based start-up FarmInsect has developed a technology to breed insect larvae as a source of protein-rich feed.
Isar Aerospace, a spin-off of the Technical University of Munich, starts production of launchers to bring small satellites quickly and cleanly into orbit.
TU Munich and the German Space Institute DLR carry out successful tests with satellites using perovskite and organic solar cells.
TUM's Hyperloop team aims to build a 24-meter long test vacuum tube and a full-scale prototype in Ottobrunn near Munich in Germany.
Eindhoven researchers present revolutionary light-emitting silicon: big step forward in production of photonic chips
That photonic chips have considerable advantages over electronic chips was already well known. Data transfer can take place faster and more cheaply and, moreover, without […]
Scientists around the world are currently researching vaccines and drugs to combat the coronavirus. This virus is infecting an ever-increasing number of people at breakneck […]
Gone are the days of boring screen displays – now we are all sitting up and paying attention. The Munich-based start-up Apicbeam, a spin-off from […]
Generally speaking, most people find the idea of workers being replaced by robots or software worse than if the jobs are taken over by other […]
It looks like nobody can beat the Technical University of Munich’s Hyperloop group. For the fourth time in a row, the students from Germany won […]
The discussion about electric car or diesel, which is better or more environmentally friendly, divides the motorist nation Germany. Everybody wants to know and defends […]
Society is baulking at the impact of our collective plastic footprint. But some alternatives are occurring Only half of the plastic used for packaging is […]
Fast action is what counts during rescue operations. Only then can it be guaranteed that casualties can be quickly found and cared for. Therefore, every […]
Researchers at the Technical University in Munich have developed a new method to prevent the anthrax bacillus from spreading further. The team around Professor Arne […]
As people in industrialised countries grow older and older, appropriate care is needed. But qualified personnel is lacking. The TU in Munich wants to create […]
Reliably measuring the forces and temperatures occurring on rotor blades of wind turbines and using the data to optimise the control of the turbines: with […]
LMU Munich is once again among the top-ranked EU universities in the prestigious Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2019, with a ranking of […]
“SuperMUC-NG” is the rather unspectacular name of the new supercomputer, which started its operation at Leibniz-Rechenzentrum (LRZ) in Munich/Garching. In the future, it will calculate […]
Even today, trucks are indispensable for transporting goods. According to the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure in Germany, truck freight traffic is set […]
The start-ups Vectoflow and CQSE of TU Munich are in the finals of the German Founders Award 2018. On September 11, the winners will be […]
Cars that produce no emissions and are equipped with conventional fuel engines could be part of a solution to air pollution. What sounds like an […]