At the Hanover Fair, robots and humans are at the center of industrial activity. We're to be collaborators now. The question is: can we ever learn to love robots? DW's Zulfikar Abbany finds a line still clearly drawn.
Eastern European countries didn't quite catch the "March for Science" fever in the way their western counterparts did. With enthusiasm less than overwhelming in Prague in the Czech Republic, correspondent Rob Cameron travels to Bratislava find out what's bothering Slovakia's scientists.
Mega-constellations are a new commercial space trend. There will be 100s or 1000s of satellites in one formation. But the space law on them is sketchy. An inter-agency meeting this week wants to improve that.
This week, Prince Harry revealed that he sought counseling to process his mother's death. DW spoke with psychiatrist Arno Deister about how far we've come on mental health awareness and how far there is still to go.