Entries by Kerstin Stenger

Support for tomorrow’s scientists

Experimenting and discovering, discussing and solving problems. The Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Program – STEM for short – brings students closer to science in an applied approach to learning. Over the next five years, LANXESS is supporting the program in El Dorado, Arkansas in the United States with a total donation of USD $250,000.

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Awarded for museum: colored concrete gives the perfect look

French architect Rudy Ricciotti has won the Colored Concrete Works Award 2017. LANXESS has been presenting this award since 2012 to architects who use colored concrete in their work. Riccioti (54) received this honor for his “Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée” (MuCEM) building project for one of the world’s most popular […]

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Alternative Drives

The car is dead, long live the car. Neither Gottfried Daimler nor Karl Benz, the inventers of the automobile, could have imagined, even in their wildest dreams, the extent of the problems caused by the rapid development of road traffic within little over a century. Meanwhile, it has become increasingly obvious that within a few […]

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When the ball is on a roll

It rolls around every four years: The best national soccer teams meet to play for the world championship. Hundreds of millions of people are on their feet or on the edge of their seats in the stands, at public viewing events or at home in front of their televisions. Whether Messi, Ronaldo, and company cause […]

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