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Magazine articles on politics and society in Germany.
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Chemistry World
July 2007
Ned Stafford
Seeing the Environmental Wood for the Nanotech Trees German environmentalists issued a report on the potential health and environmental risks of nanotechnology in the hope of rallying international support for more regulatory oversight. mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 7, 2007
Ned Stafford
German x-Ray Laser Tunnel Gets the go Ahead The German government has approved construction of a 3.4 km-long underground x-ray laser tunnel that will let scientists watch chemical reactions in action at atomic resolution. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
April 2007
Brian Doherty
Google Envy In 2005 France and Germany decided to subsidize and develop a new Internet search engine that would not have to be channeled through American technology. However, a government Google may not be so successful. mark for My Articles 359 similar articles
National Defense
April 2007
Robert H. Williams
German Troops Getting Mobile Radio Systems The German ground forces are scheduled to receive 30 mobile, digital out of area radio systems, training equipment and accessories by the end of this year. mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
January 1, 2007
Sarah Houlton
Global Report: No Satisfaction Germans on both sides of the political spectrum agree that their country's healthcare system needs reform. The latest attempt at change, though, doesn't really meet either side's needs. mark for My Articles 283 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 17, 2006
Ned Stafford
Chemistry Takes Back Seat Among German Elite First-round funding has been announced in a science funding scheme to create a German elite, or ivy league, of universities. Chemistry-related programs account for only a small slice of the funding pie. mark for My Articles 261 similar articles
Scientific American
July 24, 2006
Gunjan Sinha
Soccer Goes Green A consortium including FIFA, the international soccer federation, and the German football association donated 1.2 million euros to make this year's play-off the first sporting event to offset its carbon dioxide emissions by investing in three renewable energy projects. mark for My Articles 473 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
June 2006
John Blau
Securing the World Cup At the FIFA world championships in Germany, those responsible for ensuring the public's safety will have a few high-tech tricks up their sleeves. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
June 2006
Tom Mueller
Beyond the Wall: Berlin Nearly 17 years after the wall came down, Berliners are still trying to escape its shadow. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
March 2006
Andrew Curry
Dresden's Crowning Glory Sixty years after it was reduced to rubble by Allied bombing, the reconstructed Baroque Frauenkirche, or Church of Our Lady, dazzles visitors and once again dominates the historic city's skyline. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
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