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Honeycomb - Copied from Nature © Wolfram Schroll

Honeycomb - Copied from Nature

Achieving maximum benefit with the lowest-possible mass - a technological challenge which is becoming increasingly important with the discussion about resource conservation.

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  • Patrick Holland-Moritz
Wafers and microchips: The limit of feasibility ©Wolfram Schroll

Wafers and microchips: The limit of feasibility

Wafers are the basis of modern microchips. The production of these silicon components is technically highly demanding. Wafers are also produced in state-of-the-art semiconductor plants in the heart of Germany.

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Man and machine as a team © Wolfram Schroll

Man and machine as a team

It gets exciting when people and machines work together. People benefit from the machine's help in the world of work and in their private lives - and sometimes the digital helpers almost take on human traits.

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Clean and quiet: Low Noise Engines © Wolfram Schroll

Clean and quiet: Low Noise Engines

Emissions caused by travel and transportation are a hot button issue. This also applies to the aviation world, where there have been immense leaps forward in developing more environmentally propulsion systems. In addition to saving resources, these should also have a positive effect on people’s lives by reducing noise emissions.

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Satellites: Versatile orbital helpers © Wolfram Schroll

Satellites: Versatile orbital helpers

Thousands of satellites orbit around the earth to make people’s lives easier, with an astonishing range of potential applications backed by equally impressive technologies.