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  • Structure that creates stability

    by Bettina Bhend November 06, 2020 The architect and structural engineer Francesco Ranaudo is researching how precast concrete ceiling slabs can be manufactured thinner, lighter, and in a more sustainable way. To achieve this, he is utilizing

    Structure that creates stability
  • Will robots soon help care for the elderly?

    euro. By then Jörg Vogel hopes that EDAN will have learned many new application scenarios. Even if these only become concrete during the interaction with test persons. When they are “in the loop”, as Jörg Vogel dubs this process. “The

    Will robots soon help care for the elderly?
  • “The ability to feed the subconscious is essential”

    need or creating new needs? Frequently that is not the key question, unfortunately. Many companies approach us with concrete ideas, which we always examine in detail. Our task is to find out whether the idea actually addresses a customer need.

    “The ability to feed the subconscious is essential”
  • Negative emissions: Major breakthrough or empty promise?

    CO₂ themselves or to purchase negative emissions from other companies. In any case, it is essential to develop concrete plans for technologies and measures at the national level, as for example in Sweden. Andreas Oschlies advocates

    Negative emissions: Major breakthrough or empty promise?
  • New design could make Internet from space even more efficient

    – through which the data is transmitted. This frees up resources that can then be used for other connections. In concrete terms, this means that a satellite should not necessarily transmit the data to the satellite that is closest it, but

    New design could make Internet from space even more efficient
  • New propulsion systems on the test bench

    can contribute towards a large-scale reduction of emissions in the transport sector? Or to put this question in concrete terms: What will be under the hoods of our cars in the future? Currently, three main ideas are in competition with each

    New propulsion systems on the test bench