The name SCIO, Esperanto for “knowledge”, expresses our aspiration to combine scientific facts with topical issues in this magazine. We bridge the gap between global technological developments and economic issues – always with a positive view of the future and in search of new solutions and opportunities.

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Issue #02

Artificial Intelligence – between hype and everyday business

Artificial intelligence (AI) is currently an omnipresent topic, thanks to the new opportunities opened up by generative AI. Hardly a day goes by without reports on the latest sensational projects and findings. Where is it already used, what aspects should implementers consider and what opportunities does AI have to offer?


Tailwind for renewable energy

The expansion of solar and wind energy goes hand in hand with major investments and increased production capacity coupled with more sustainable and more efficient technologies. A quick look at the status quo, the potential and the players.


Healtyh Progress

Modern technology makes it possible: smart watches show blood pressure and heart rate, GPs analyse blood samples on the spot and MRI scans take place directly in the specialist practice. Healthcare technologies play a decisive role here by enabling an active lifestyle as well as early detection and treatment of diseases.


Water and electricity – without emissions

Hydrogen-based fuel cells play an important role when it comes to decarbonisation in the transport sector. However, they are technically very complex to manufacture – and often still require a number of manual steps. Wevo materials ensure a very tight seal, opening up new opportunities for serial production, as confirmed in studies by ZBT, the Duisburg hydrogen and fuel cell centre.


Issue #01

The reinvention of innovation

In a business world that’s changing at an ever-faster pace, innovation is more important than ever. As a management task, it is ideally a structured and goal-oriented process. We look at trends as well as best practice examples of successful innovation management.



Naturally smart

The digital transformation of agriculture is taking place in the barn and out in the fields – using cameras, chips and sensors. Or in the form of data, which enables the work to be done in a more targeted and efficient manner. Animal welfare, the environment and climate protection are also benefitting from digitalisation.


Pillars of electromobility

The transition to electromobility is essential if the climate goals set by the German government for the transport sector are to be achieved. This also includes a well-developed charging infrastructure. Here’s a quick look at the current situation in Germany, the players and the components.



Under power

Among other things, systems for storing renewable energy have to be further developed if the energy transition is to succeed. One such technology is redox flow batteries. Together with the Fraunhofer Institute ICT, Wevo has examined the possible applications of various materials.


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Image sources issue #02: Image 1: Massimo Cavallo

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