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Diamonds from CO2: Can greenhouse gases be permanently stored in crystalline structures? Dale Vince has developed a technology for countering environmentally destructive diamond mining. DW reporter Ahmand Kalaji asked him about it.
How about making fuel out of CO2? With a little water and electricity added. Tim Böltken and his team say they've developed a synthetic fuel that makes use of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide. The group insists it's fully carbon neutral.
Leipzig researchers have found an enzyme that rapidly breaks down PET, the most widely produced plastic in the world. It might just eat your old tote bags.
On the island of Borneo, many forests have been cleared to make way for oil palm plantations or mining. That's having a disastrous effect on nature. So the 100 Million Trees project aims to bring back the forests.
We all have two kidneys. But the job of filtering out toxins and waste products can be done by just one.
Last weekend, Russian hackers attacked several German government websites. These cyberattacks were seemingly harmless, much to the relief of the authorities. But many others are not so lucky.
Running improves our mood and reduces stress. It increases circulation and promotes mental health. Mike Horstmann from Berlin has run around 40,000 kilometers in his lifetime. Here are his tips for healthy running.
The rumble of road traffic and trains, the bustle of the bar downstairs or the roar of a plane taking off – noise is a problem that is increasingly hurting health and disrupting ecosystems.
This week's question comes from Nahin Medina in Paraguay, who wants to know why sound is slower than light.
Many countries around the world are easing mask mandates. If no one else is masking up, should you?
What makes Germany the best place to study at?
Every German university town has its own special features. Which one will be your home in Germany?