Carbon-driven design: Carbon Designer 3D enables environmental impacts …

05/03/2022 – 16:52 One click LCA HELSINKI, Finland, March 20 / PRNewswire / HELSINKI, Finland, May 3, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Carbon Designer 3D, launched this week by One Click LCA, enables non-expert users to calculate and optimize carbon in construction projects from the earliest stages of a project. Carbon assessments are an essential … Read more

‘Design God’s Departure: Why Jony Ive Really Left Apple

A new book about Apple and its former chief designer, Jony Ive, paints a different picture of the story of the longtime senior’s departure than what Apple has officially announced. The American journalist Tripp Mickle has now in an article published an excerpt from his book “After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and … Read more


NFT is a key word that people keep coming across on the internet: sometimes as art that is supposedly counterfeit-proof, sometimes as a prestigious investment, sometimes as a controversial accessory on Twitter. But what are non-fungible tokens? Have you ever heard of the Nyan Cat meme? The digital rainbow cat that sold for $ 580,000? … Read more

Why study mechanical engineering or safety technology in Wuppertal? field of view

Against this background is one community initiative of the Association of German Engineers (VDI) Bergischer Bezirksverein and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Safety Technology. For some weeks, students have been treated as so-called study ambassadors sent to the schools to inform the young people there about the two subjects. It is also a key … Read more

Eckhart Nickel: “Spitzweg” – The Hagestolz

Author Eckhart Nickel, born in Frankfurt am Main in 1966, was a member of the pop literary quintet in 1999. In the early 50’s he is back in the top ranks of German-speaking writers. (Wallpaper: imago images / Imaginechina-Tuchong, book cover: Piper Verlag) This “Spitzweg” secures Eckhart Nickel’s prominent place in the image gallery of … Read more

The unwanted goodbye to the desired defenselessness

Eight years ago, in the year of the Russian occupation of Crimea and parts of eastern Ukraine, two Bundeswehr officers, Marcel Bohnert and Lukas Reitstetter, published an anthology entitled “Army on the Move” (Miles Verlag, 2014). A theme in this volume was the difficult and sometimes hopeless role an army and its officers play in … Read more