The grounding gardener

Mur­ders do not hap­pen in his gar­den, but things do start to beco­me some­what “tur­bu­lent” behind the Schie­der Trai­ning Cen­ter when Ger­hard Wolff lets the sparks fly or throws his iron shot into the Blood creek. No need to worry! […]

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Geniuses with a narrow footprint

When a blank sheet meets inten­si­ve team­work Minia­tu­ri­za­ti­on is a phe­no­me­non that has alrea­dy trans­for­med ent­i­re indus­tries. Ever more func­tions in ever smal­ler devices – some­thing that con­trol cabi­net manu­fac­tu­rers also want. At Phoe­nix Con­tact, they will find a who­le […]

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The CO2 collector

Visi­tors to this year’s Wind Power Tech­no­lo­gy Con­gress were fasci­na­ted by Jörg Spitzner’s visi­on of a wind tur­bi­ne that not only gene­ra­tes elec­tri­ci­ty, but also extrac­ts CO2 from the air. The third Phoe­nix Con­tact Wind Power Tech­no­lo­gy Con­gress was held […]

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The Uni(kum)-Professor

Inter­view with Pro­fes­sor Schuh, a freethin­ker who is con­stant­ly oscil­la­ting bet­ween start-up, big busi­ness, dis­rup­ti­on and disci­pli­ne. Gün­ther Schuh is not only pro­fes­sor at the RWTH Aachen, but also one of the initia­tors of the sur­pri­se coup Streets­coo­ter, CEO of […]

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