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Life in How we invent the future today. Book Hardcover pages. CHF Add to basket. Ready for dispatch within working days. Cover Text "The best way to predict the future is to invent it. Our planet's climate is at risk. Natural resources are growing scarce. In , the number of people living in cities will be greater than the entire population of the Earth today. That's why researchers, inventors, and engineers need to be more creative today than ever before.
Computers as medical assistants, robots as household servants, sensory organs for electric cars, buildings as energy providers, farms in skyscrapers, power plants in the desert and on the high seas, supercomputers the size of a pea - these are not visions but almost tangible realities in laboratories all over the globe.
In a unique survey, science journalist and industry insider Ulrich Eberl vividly describes the key trends that will shape our lives - and how we ourselves can help to invent the world of tomorrow. He studied physics and received his doctorate from the Technical University Munich for an interdisciplinary thesis on the first trillionths of a second of photosynthesis. Starting in , he worked as a freelance journalist for various newspapers and magazines, writing hundreds of articles on topics ranging from evolution and nanotechnology to space research and the excavation of ancient Troy.
After working for Daimler's technology publications from to , Dr. Eberl joined Siemens in as the director of its worldwide innovation communications. His particular interest is in futurology, and since he has been the Editor in Chief and publisher of Pictures of the Future www. In a survey of science journalists that was conducted in , Ulrich Eberl was voted the best media spokesperson for corporate research in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
In , he acted as co-publisher of the book "Innovative Minds" which tells the story of 30 innovators and reveals how innovations take shape in a global company. His new book "Life in " - published in - vividly describes the key trends that will influence our life in the future and how we ourselves can help to invent the world of tomorrow.
Summary "The best way to predict the future is to invent it. Product Type Book. Binding Hardcover. Publication town Weinheim. Publishing year Edition 1. Pages pages. Article no. Eberl, Ulrich Niere, Cornelia. More articles from. Zukunft Eberl, Ulrich Niere, Cornelia.
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Life in is a futurology book by Ulrich Eberl. The book deals with the effects that climate change , peak oil and the s energy crisis has on the year of the midst century. This book is intended primarily for students, young professionals , university professors and politicians. According to Eberl, computers would act as medical assistants.