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David-Li

Whether with smartphones, trains or robotics, Asia has moved to the front of the pack – though many of its…
VITOR-CARDOSO

Danish scientists express doubts about the breakthrough detection of gravitational waves. A Portuguese physicist explains the controversy.
Alberto Onetti

After testing its business model, a start-up has to begin producing regular income. This is a tricky step, and few…
Alex Dings

Dutch start-up Bitsensor tries to help applications protect themselves better from cyberattacks.
Mario Saraceni

The playing field is not level, say the advocates of plurilingualism.
Marcus Ruessel_CEO gigmit

Berlin-based start-up Gigmit connects musicians and concert organisers through an online platform, hoping to revolutionise the market.
CorticalIO

An Austrian start-up helps machines understand human language.  
Birgit Vogel Tum

"Many people think Industry 4.0 is something you can buy off the shelf"
Frederik Brantner Farbe

German start-up improves warehouse automation.