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The first digital school
Germany’s first digital school is being developed in Saarbrücken.
Energy solutions for developing regions
Innovative German companies are devising energy solutions for developing regions.
Germany is top
The PwC Young Workers Index measures the participation of young people in the labour market and (further) training programmes: Germany scores very well.
Nominees for prestigious technology prize
Three teams of researchers have been nominated for the Deutscher Zukunftspreis.
Women and the United Nations
An exhibition at the Federal Foreign Office focuses on the history of gender equality and women’s rights at the United Nations.
Top book prize announced
Bodo Kirchhoff won the German Book Prize for his novel "Widerfahrnis".
The Book Prize candidates
Six books are on the shortlist for the German Book Prize, which is awarded annually to the best German-language novel.
The German start-up scene
The German start-up scene pins its hopes on digital technologies.
German language prize for Katharina Thalbach
The Kulturpreis Deutsche Sprache goes to the actress Katharina Thalbach.
Do it yourself 4.0
Using digital technology, everyone can design and make things. Welcome to Fab Lab, the living room of the Berlin maker movement.
Daimler is presenting the first fully electric truck at the International Motor Show (IAA) for Commercial Vehicles 2016 in Hanover.
Student Academy Awards for young German filmmakers
Not one, but three film productions from German higher education institutions are among the winners of the Student Academy Awards in 2016.
The leading trade fair for photo and video presents surprising new perspectives.
The German language
A short interview with Holger Klatte, a German studies specialist and the director of the Verein Deutsche Sprache (i.e. German Language Association), about German Language Day and linguistic consumer protection.
Build Job Skills in Germany
Looking for a way to gain career experience and learn about another culture? Try an internship in Germany. One University of Michigan student enjoyed the experience so much he did it twice.
Poetry makes a comeback
Poetry was long seen as being on the fringes of German literature – but now poems are once again highly popular with readers and critics alike.
Volunteer Abroad with Kulturweit or Weltwärts
Every year Germany sends hundreds of young people to volunteer projects around the world and welcomes international volunteers to Germany as a way to promote cross-cultural learning.
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