• Ultraviolet light instrumental in battle against viruses and bacteria

    Light has been instrumental in the history of creation and may now be used to tackle viruses and bacteria effectively - especially the coronavirus. "But it's not just about SARS-CoV2," according to Daniel Ehlers, Managing Director of the Hamburg-based start-up Uventions. Founded in 2019, the company...

  • Hamburg-based Natix making cameras intelligent for smarter cities

    Natix start-up uses AI video analytics for smarter cities - role of data protection pivotal
  • Crystal Cabin Award introduces new categories in wake of corona

    New categories called "Clean & Safe Air Travel" and "Judges' Choice Award" as well as podcast launched
  • New "Blockchance Online Live" talk show to start

    Experts discuss Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data-related ideas and concepts - initiator is Hamburg's Blockchance Ventures GmbH
  • Nect start-up wins Founder's Prize 2020

    Haspa and Hamburger Abendblatt present prize for start-ups, newcomers and for lifetime achievement to the following winners
  • Smart Mobility: What can Munich and Hamburg learn from each other?

    Online networking event with keynotes and panel discussion - search underway for sustainable smart city projects
  • Uni Hamburg: Around EUR 4 million in EU funding for scientists

    From Malaria to Dark Matter: These three projects at the University of Hamburg are to receive ERC Starting Grants from the European Research Council
  • Tech playground for key technologies

    Artifical Intelligence, Robotics, VR - Microsoft and Square Innovation Hub make disruptive technologies experience-ready in Hamburg
  • ARIC pushing artificial intelligence ahead

    German companies rate artificial intelligence (AI) as highly relevant, according to the AI Study 2020. Managers all over the world including 200 decision-makers with German companies had been interviewed for the survey by Deloitte. Yet, prejudices and fears of AI still persist in broad sections of...

  • Robotics ensuring ideal hygiene standards in aviation

    Airbus and Altran develop "Tetrabots" or autonomous swarm robots for use in production or hygiene measures as part of joint project