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The human being from the 3D printer? News about the science and art of bioprinting

So far, we have only seen living blood vessels, skin and organs from 3D printers in Hollywood movies and hospital series. But what is currently still a dream of the future for us could soon be reality. Where are we at this point? When will it be possible to transplant the first printed organs? Together with Dr. Michael Ausserlechner from the Medical University of Innsbruck, we shed some light on the subject.

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Trends

Laboratory with a difference: Delicious barbecue marinade from the magnetic stirrer

Spring is coming and with it the perfect time for a relaxed barbecue with delicious ribs, steaks, shashlik and co. To all those who want to give their grilled food a new (fiery) touch, we show today a marinade preparation of a very special kind. Big advantage: Additional dirty dishes or cutlery is reduced to a minimum with our preparation. See for yourself …

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Trends

Artificial and hybrid artificial intelligence on the rise

Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly important in science, industry and business. From highly functional smartphones and innovative smarthome solutions to self-driving cars and autonomously flying drones, almost anything is possible today. Although AI technologies have long been suitable for everyday use, there is still “room for improvement” in this regard at the commercial level.

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Trends

Innovations in e-mobility – breakthrough in battery research

Design and functionality – these are certainly the aspects that are important in an electric car from a consumer perspective. Of course, battery performance is at least as important. The higher the range, the more convincing the vehicle. It is precisely this aspect that poses massive challenges for the industry. Scientists around the world are working flat out to make electric cars suitable for long-distance travel. In this respect, the latest discovery in battery research is a real milestone in the further development of e-mobility.

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News

Treating sufferers effectively: Covid-19 drug development update.

Within a very short time, vaccines against the Covid 19 virus were launched. As surprisingly fast as their development came about, it takes a long time in comparison to conceptualize an effective drug for the treatment of corona disease. Dedicated researchers are working diligently to respond to the growing pressure from the government and finally deliver the first solutions.

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Climate & Environment

Hydrogen as a miracle cure – key element for the energy transition?

To achieve the 2030 climate targets, Germany must significantly reduce CO2 emissions in the steel and chemical industries and in the transport sector. Novel hydrogen technologies are increasingly proving to be useful solutions for this purpose. Green hydrogen is the keyword. But what actually is green hydrogen? And how far away are we from the use of green hydrogen? We answer all these questions here.

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Trends

VR technology: A new future for our online meetings?

Whether home office or leisure activities such as workouts, game nights or other hobbies – many things have changed and adapted so much within the past few months that they can now be practiced quite comfortably within one’s own four walls. The same applies to the meeting culture. While video calls used to be an exception for most of us, today it’s the rule. But what if we could make the meeting experience even more real in the future with the help of innovative virtual reality (VR) technologies? The first ready-to-use concepts already exist …

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Trends

AI in everyday life: prejudices, opportunities and the responsible use of modern technology

Künstliche Intelligenz (KI) ist einer der wichtigsten Trends des digitalen Zeitalters. A large number of companies already rely on this innovative technology. Whether for development, in administrative tasks or for production. But AI can also make our everyday lives easier in many ways. In manchen Bereichen entdecken wir sie ganz offensichtlich, in anderen eher auf den zweiten Blick. Wir zeigen auf, wo uns KI bereits heute unterstützt und welche Maßnahmen für einen verantwortungsvollen Umgang mit der Technologie notwendig sind.

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News

“Jugend forscht 2021”: These two finalists report on their innovative research projects

” Let there be a future!” – This is the motto of the 56th national competition, which the Jugend forscht e. V. foundation is organizing this year as an online event together with experimenta GmbH in Heilbronn from May 26 to 30, 2021. Among the participants are once again numerous children and young people with extremely exciting, innovative research projects. Lisa Bräutigam and Johannes Lodahl are two of the up-and-coming young researchers, and we were lucky enough to talk to them about their promising projects for MedSolut.

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Trends

How climate neutral are we really? What science says

Many millions of euros have been invested in climate protection research for many years. Thus, mainly those projects are subsidized that lead to a sustainable reduction of CO² emissions. Researchers want to achieve a reduction in CO² emissions of up to 350 metric tons by 2030 compared to 2014. What is the real state of our climate neutrality?

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