At a university-track high school in western Germany, 30 pupils from six different countries are collaborating to solve math problems. They're working in churches, museums and train stations instead of classrooms.
On November 14, 1716, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz died. The universal genius of the early enlightenment not only passed on a wealth of knowledge, but left imprint on our scientific way of thinking.
Startup Poland wants to make Poland a hub for innovative ideas to find the know-how and funding needed to bring them to fruition. DW talked with its CEO Julia Krysztofiak-Szopa about what Poland has to offer.
North Korea has restarted coded radio broadcasts to the South, thought to be aimed at its spies operating across the border. Seoul reacted with suspicion, demanding that Pyongyang desist from such "outdated practices."
Ironically, it's a state institution, the University of Havana, that's running communist-ruled Cuba's first startup incubator. It's supported by the Humboldt University of Berlin. Andreas Knobloch went to visit.
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