German authorities have launched a media project of the German Science

German authorities have launched a media project of the German ScienceThe Ministry of Education and Science of the Federal Republic of Germany with Deutsche Welle media company launched a multimedia project Future Now, on the achievements of German science, which, as noted, in the near future could have a serious impact on the global processes.

Deutsche Welle company developed a special website in seven languages, including Russian, which includes articles, interactive applications and themed videos. The stern of the project Future Now includes a cycle of radio and television programs to be broadcast Deutsche Welle.

The main purpose is to promote the Future Now German scientific achievements and build the image of Germany as one of the leading research centers. It is noted that in the future, the project should help countries attract foreign researchers, many of whom still prefer European countries to the United States.

Future Now is divided thematically into four major sections: "Health", "communication", "Mobility" and "Ecology". These sections will be consistently presented 20 original stories, each dedicated to a particular research project, which is working on the implementation of the German scientists.

In addition, the site has published the leading German and foreign scientists and inventors. Among them the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2008 Harald zur Hausen (Harald zur Hausen), became famous for developing new treatments for cancer, the Swiss inventor Bertrand Piccard (Bertrand Piccard), first appeared publicly plane that runs on solar batteries; Nobel Prize in Physics in 2007, Peter Andreas Grünberg (Peter Andreas Gruenberg), who opened the giant magnetoresistance effect, and a number of other scholars.