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Technology made large populations possible: large populations now make technology indispensable.

Joseph Wood Krutch, American author and philosopher
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All-around green
Think Green
All-around green
Many companies have set themselves ambitious sustainability goals. But that won’t be enough if the partners in their supply chains don’t follow suit.
Energy storage systems of the future
Think Green
Energy storage systems of the future
Electricity storage is a key component of climate gas reduction. What role can mechanical systems such as flywheels, gravity and compressed-air energy storage play in this context? An overview.
Little and larger helpers
Engineering
Little and larger helpers
The evolution of robots is rapidly picking up momentum. The worker-bees among them are becoming more powerful and ruggedized, liberating their human colleagues from hard and hazardous work. A status report from the world of machines.
Obsessed with reduction
In Motion
Obsessed with reduction
95 years ago, a young man made aviation history. In May 1927, Charles A. Lindbergh was the first pilot to cross the Atlantic in a solo non-stop flight. His success formula was to save weight. He even chose not to have a radio and parachute on board.
Shed your corset and mount a bike
In Motion
Shed your corset and mount a bike
Bicycles not only take people from A to B. Historically, they’ve reduced the dependency of women like hardly any other technical revolution. On World Bicycle Day on June 3, tomorrow looks back at how bicycle technology has improved the world.
Light show
Digital
Light show
Reducing computing time is a constant subject in the world of IT. Now, modern laser technology is intended to help raise computers to new levels of speed and efficiency. “tomorrow” shows two examples.
The future wound in a coil
Engineering
The future wound in a coil
Be it in cars, trains or airplanes, in systems ranging from hybrid to fully electric, mobility of the future requires electric motors. But how does an electric motor actually work?
Climate neutrality: Schaeffler sets the pace
Think Green
Climate neutrality: Schaeffler sets the pace
Schaeffler aims to operate in a climate-neutral manner by 2040 - not only in its own production facilities, but along the entire supply chain.