When I went off to college, I remember thinking, ‘I will never be on a farm again.’ But farming gets into your blood.
Only a few active agents reach the late-stage clinical phase. Dr. Bernard Haendler is accompanying a substance addressing prostate cancer in this stage and further investigating its molecular mode of action.
As we go into the future, we’ll need every aspect of modern agriculture to feed the world. The more we can produce on a small amount of land, the better.
Research, exploration and ping-pong in the lab: Bayer researcher Dr. Lars Baerfacker discovers substances to treat diseases. To do this, he needs resilience, and more:
Even after 30 years of research, Peter Jeschke still finds inspiration in nature. He is making use of natural substance for new pesticides.
Bayer scientist Dr. Catherine Feuillet proves that scientific persistence leads to success: After eleven years of collaborative research worldwide, she contributed to decoding the bread wheat genome. Here, she explains what mindset is needed to help scientists achieve their research goals and fulfill their purpose.
With a talent for tinkering, this skilled trained metalworker made his way up the ladder to become the Head of Packaging and Technology Innovation.
The amount of farmland remains the same – or is even decreasing–, but a growing number of people need to be fed. This is what Jeroen Van Rie is working on.
Some 6,000 participants, innovations from approximately 250 international startups, more than 200 companies and prominent guests from around the world recently met up at the CUBE Tech Fair in Berlin.
In the 1990s, Bernard Pélissier was part of a team of pioneers: They were the first in Europe to create an herbicide-resistant plant
How do insect pests develop resistance to crop protection agents? Dr. Ralf Nauen is on the hunt for answers.
Failures are a normal part of medical research. As a leading cardiovascular researcher, Dr. Alexander Straub keeps going.
How can we boost yields in wheat plants? Dr. Claus Frohberg from Bayer in Ghent, Belgium, is looking for answers.
The range of available, effective cancer drugs is still very limited. As a result, biochemist Anette Sommer searches for compounds to use in new medicines.
Four startups, four exciting digital health ideas, and a raving kick-off party: the “Grants4Apps Accelerator” 2016 is on! Now it’s 100 days of making their businesses fit for the market.
Singapore offers the perfect environment to advance science and innovation in human health. This makes it an essential node in Bayer’s global network of science and innovation hubs.
Five Bayer science and innovation hubs worldwide form close ties with local scientific networks, academic partners, biotech startups, and pharma companies. The CoLaborator Berlin is one of them.
Wheat is consumed in 90 countries. Demand could outstrip supply in the future. Bayer scientists are collaborating to develop new technologies to increase yields.
Researchers from the German Cancer Research Center and Bayer collaborate on innovative immunotherapy strategies and aim to harness the immune system to fight tumors.