From the sections
Test track for coatingsEvonik is using a new system that saves lots of time in its search for optimal coating formulations.
Tomorrow’s Beauty CareOnly the best for the beauty sector: How to make discriminating customers happy.
Electrified ChemistryEvonik and Siemens produce specialty chemicals from electricity and carbon dioxide with the help of electrolysis and bacteria.
Separate WaysHigh-tech membranes from Austria help to exploit natural gas fields with a high CO₂ content.
Facts & Figures
Environmental pioneers and nuclear power usersEvery country needs energy. A look at how other countries generate electricity.
CanadaThis country of lakes and forests has the world’s tenth-largest economy and is as big as the whole of Europe.
We Can Use ThatIs used sports clothing a valuable raw material for new sneakers? Can discarded fishing nets be used to make ladies’ tights? Yes, all this is possible.
In my Element
“How We Discovered Darmstadtium”The nuclear physicist Prof. Sigurd Hofmann on a new element that he was allowed to name after his home town.
Close to Core BusinessHenrik Hahn, Evonik’s Chief Digital Officer, talks about the role played by digitalization in the chemical industry.
It's high time for a changeResearch-based companies receive tax incentives all over the world — but not in Germany. A competitive disadvantage.
Success through Clear PlanningDr. Küsthardt, Evonik’s Chief Innovation Officer, analyzes Singapore’s success and the resulting opportunities for Germany.
“Google Can’t Work Miracles”His carrer has been a mix of mobility and digitalization: Jens Monsees, the former Google executive who now heads digital strategy at BMW.