Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia and affects millions of people around the globe. Until now early diagnosis has been nearly impossible, but a new procedure aims to change that.
The Haynes Owners' Workshop Manuals started with a boyhood dream to build a sports car. They are now the number one resource for space travelers who need to fix a Millennium Falcon. Disclosure: this boy's a fan.
Two separate studies highlight a dramatic trend in Germany: the number of flying insects has declined by 76 percent over the past 27 years. There are 15 percent fewer birds than just twelve years ago.
Volcanoes, caves and snow-covered summits - the winning images of the International Mountain Summit Photo Contest make you want to climb the nearest mountain right away. Browse the stunning pictures here!
Southern Europe and western parts of Canada and the US have been devastated by wildfires this year. And they're not the only ones - it seems like much of the world is ablaze right now. And this could be the new normal.
Researchers have uncovered a weakness in the system used to secure Wi-Fi networks that could allow hackers to access data including passwords and emails. Experts have warned the flaw could leave millions vulnerable.
The latest European Sentinel satellite went into orbit after taking off from Russia. It will provide data to help emergency services manage their response to natural disasters.
Asteroid 2012 TC4 will pass mighty close by our planet this Thursday. A direct hit would cause untold destruction. So, are we really prepared for such an event?
Much-loved German confectioner Haribo has come under intense criticism after a documentary discovered cruel conditions in the manufacture of a key ingredient in Brazil. Pigs also suffer in the making of gelatin.
Wildfires have devastated forests and communities around the world this year. Climate change is certainly to blame — but it's not the only reason. Unfortunately, irresponsible human activity also plays a major role.
Underwater shellfish farts produce 10 percent of greenhouse gases released in the Baltic Sea, a new study shows. This could be a concern as aquaculture - and the polluting practices that go along with it - expands.
Australia's government has rejected a clean energy plan that would have forced electricity companies to source a percentage of their power from renewables. Conservation groups say the decision is a huge mistake.
An initiative to help link startups in Germany and India has been launched recently. DW takes look at how both countries could benefit amid Brexit and US President Trump’s immigration reform of Silicon Valley expats.
Northvolt has said it will build Europe's biggest electric car battery factory in its home country, Sweden. The start-up wants the site to rival Tesla's 'Gigafactory' in the US and LG Chem's proposed site in Poland.
UK unemployment has sunk to a 42-year low, but rising prices mean lower real incomes. The labor market is good at creating jobs, but not so much at raising pay. And just when you thought Brexit couldn't get any better.
Japanese carmakers have said they've checked the safety of aluminum components made by scandal-hit Kobe Steel. They argued the parts met applicable statutory standards, sending the steelmaker's shares up sharply.
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