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Charles Godoy uses new technologies.
After nearly six months in flight, Feras has finally arrived in Germany, where he hopes to find a better future.
One third of people worldwide suffer from functional dyspepsia. This was one of the correct answers to the questions in our current competition.
The Varroa mite causes problems for beekeepers worldwide - Ernst Caspari’s bees in Leverkusen are also affected.
Approximately one in eight women will have breast cancer at some point in their lives. An early diagnosis can be life-saving.
Glass walls and a room flooded with light encourage dialogue and exchange in the newly designed Baykomm.
The 62-year-old Do Thi Hai checks her rice plants damaged from saltwater.
Every day, the 85-year-old Henry Cohen completes one lap after another in the pool.
Heinrich Popow is one of the world's top 100 meter sprinters and long-jumpers. But he won't allow himself to be put under pressure.
Standing at the stove all day with functional dyspepsia: Tomás Vieira shows how plant-based remedies can help.
How do you prefer your cranberries: fresh, dried or maybe even candied.
Citrus Greening: Orange farmers like Dave Evans from Florida are worried about their survival.
A children's home in Bolivia: A Bayer employee from Berlin helped here for three months.