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A Pen, Some Paper and an Idea to Shape the Future

There has been life on Earth for around 3.5 billion years. The first microscopic single-celled organisms resided in the world’s oceans and gradually developed into complex, multicellular organisms, from dinosaurs in the beginning to mammals as we know them today.


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Hackathon Winners Take San Francisco by Storm

First, there was the challenging task at the 24-hour ZEISS Hackathon in Munich, Germany: “Bringing Data Science to the Nano Age.” Now, the winning team has claimed their prize: four of the five winners traveled to San Francisco. There, they visited SEMICON West and other hot spots. Thomas and Rob shared their experiences. One trip, two viewpoints.


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“ZEISS doesn’t just prepare people for their future career, but also for life!”

“Fun” was not a word people typically associated with apprenticeships. The prevailing sentiment was “We all have to start somewhere,” and professional training was seen as a means to toughen up apprentices in preparation for their professional career. Yet Udo Schlickenrieder is convinced that it doesn’t have to be this way!


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Helping Shape Strategic Corporate Development

What does strategic alignment look like at ZEISS? Where is there potential for the company to develop in different markets? And what does it mean to coordinate and communicate strategic projects? We sat down with Markus Birkhold, Project Manager in Strategic Corporate Development, to discuss these questions and learn more about his job.


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