Tag: Germany

OptiCancer

OptiCancer: Tailoring Cancer Treatments for Patients through Genetic Profiling

OptiCancer is an electronic report made in Germany, after analyzing the biopsy of a cancer patient that considers individual differences in people’s genes, environments, and family history to define individual patterns of disease. It utilizes the newest and well-established German…

Deutschen Bank

Deutsche in Danger?

Deutsche Bank has been slapped with a $14 billion fine over a charge it mis-sold US mortgage securities. The case has raised worrying questions about the stability of the global financial giant. By Venture staff Deutsche Bank is one of…

Haitam Giat, Yes Atlas Founder

The University Matchmaker

The head of Yes Atlas says his educational consultancy agency is helping more and more students from across the Middle East secure their higher education overseas. By Rebecca Irvine After Haitam Giat attended university in Australia, he spotted a gap…

Bringing them Back: Boosting Jordan’s Ailing Visitor Numbers

Sapped by continuing conflict in surrounding countries, Jordan’s tourism sector has seen better times. But the Kingdom’s Tourism Minister Nayef al-Fayez is leading an ambitious drive to encourage visitors to return. By Elisa Oddone In the new science fiction epic…

Frankfurt Motorshow 2015

The Frankfurt Motor Show is easily the most important event on the global auto industry calendar. Officially known by its German IAA acronym, and tracing its origins back to 1897, the show is used to unveil the latest road cars,…

Deal with the Refugee Crisis Here, Not There

It’s been almost five years since the start of the Syrian crisis. During this time, over 2 million refugees have sought safety in surrounding states. While Jordan and Lebanon took early responsibility for those fleeing this wretched conflict, Europe is…

Jordanians Have Visa-Free Access to 44 Countries – Report

Jordanian passport holders can visit 44 countries around the world without the need for a visa, according to the annual Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index. Emirati passport holders fared best in the region in terms of visa-free travel, with…

Venture Explains: The Schengen Agreement

What is it? The Schengen agreement, named after the village in Luxembourg where it was signed in 1995, allows for passport-free travel through 26 European countries, including most members of the EU. What did it help achieve? The agreement succeeded…

Nuclear Giving Way to Renewables Globally – Study

While Jordan is moving forward with its controversial nuclear energy program, a new study said solar energy added 26 percent more electricity to the global grid than nuclear last year. The latest edition of the World Nuclear Industry Status Report, which…