Using biotechnology to fight pollution is the challenge for a European Union research project. Under the spotlight – a specific kind of moss.
Northern Germany might not be known for its potent lone-rangers, but when it comes to riding out stormy weather (and political thunderstorms in
French President François Hollande has demonstrated his country’s close ties with Germany by delivering the keynote speech at an event to celebrate
France and Germany try to side-step their differences and portray a united front; how the EU hopes to change “casino banking” and give every European
Could machines learn to walk? Legs have their advantages, especially on uneven terrain, but scientists have struggled for years to find a way to
Serious games might sound like a contradiction in terms, but in fact, video and computer games are increasingly being adapted for the classroom
Mentoring is a teaching tool widely used in schools and universities. An increasing number of businesses are also relying on mentorship as a way to
Female protesters bared all in a demonstration directed at Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The FEMEN protesters shouted the word ‘dictator’ at
Some call her pragmatic, others Machiavelian.
Angela Merkel has managed to outmaneuver the princes in her own party and steer Europe towards a
Researchers repeatedly throw themselves to the floor to simulate how a human falls. It is part of an international effort to help senior citizens
Euronews visited the French city of Reims, the birthplace of reconciliation between France and Germany, to see how the city is celebrating the 50th
TUI AG does not plan to pay a dividend to shareholders for its fiscal year that ended in September, but the German tourism giant’s share still rose
Despite posted a net loss five times bigger than feared and not paying a dividend, Thyssenkrupp saw its shares rise to be the day’s best performer on
It is the hope of any business: achieving sustainable growth and confidence. But in these tough economic times it has become increasingly difficult
“I would say, if you have a vision, an idea stick to that. If you have an idea, you have to believe in it and even if the situation is not that good
In October 2012 the capital of Afghanistan saw its first ever professional boxing match.
The fight that would have been banned under Taliban rule
Times may be tough, but Infineon is adjusting and that has enabled Europe’s second biggest chipmaker to buck the downward trend.
On Wednesday in
The profit warning of Germany’s largest utility, E.ON, was harshly sanctioned on Tuesday in Frankfurt.
On stock markets weakened by concerns over
As European stock markets were falling, Siemens’ revamped programme seduced investors.
The share price of the German engineering giant, Frankfurt’s
For the first time, German carmaker BMW says it is beginning to feel some headwinds in Europe, and that has spooked investors.
Despite the latest
The hostility of austerity-burdened Greeks towards Chancellor Merkel has taken on harder and harder symbols. The Hitler moustache and Nazi Swastika
Spanish telecom giant Telefonica has said it will start selling shares of its German subsidiary O2 by the end of the year, probably this month.
The strike by Lufthansa’s cabin crew dragged its shares down on Tuesday in Frankfurt as flight cancellations from the dispute are said to be costing
Jörg Schulz is a baker in Germany who has found a cool money-saving new way of baking his bread.
“The NanoBak Technology, which we developed, is a
Despite the economic crisis, the tourism season this year has been successful with German group TUI AG’s quarterly results beating expectations.
German energy giant E.ON has posted greatly improved results for the first half of 2012 on higher sales, reduced losses from Germany’s phase out of