Science in Snacks
If you’ve always wanted to know where you can easily get information about science and new technologies, you’ve come to the right place. The acatech HORIZONS series offers scientifically sound yet simple texts and illustrations. We make subjects that have an impact on the environment and society – from AI, urban mining, mobility and biotechnology to hydrogen – accessible for all.
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You may still vaguely remember hydrogen from your first chemistry lessons. If you burn it, energy is released. Its advantage is that this releases only water, not environmentally harmful gases. If produced in a climate-friendly way, it can help us turn our backs on fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas once and for all and finally make industry, transport and energy supply sustainable. But how does this work and what technologies are already available? Where will the hydrogen come from? What is conceivable in the future and what still needs to happen? If this has piqued your curiosity and you’ve been on the lookout for a fact-based yet easy-to-understand overview of hydrogen for a while then you’re in the right place! The new acatech HORIZONS Hydrogen answers these and other interesting questions.
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“Late Night Tech” is a podcast for everyone who is up for science, technology and community insiders. Christina Müller-Markus and Dr. Sandra Fendl from the acatech HORIZONS team talk with well-known experts about current topics. A podcast from acatech, the National Academy of Science and Engineering.
acatech HORIZONS brings together the knowledge of experts from a wide range of disciplines and sectors within science and industry. People from technology-oriented companies and associations, from start-ups and from major scientific bodies contribute their knowledge.