• Innovations

    For a healthy life

    Research and development at Bayer HealthCare focus on identifying and developing new active substances to treat diseases with a high unmet medical need.

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  • Innovations

    For agricultural productivity

    Sustainable agriculture, higher crop yields and improved crop quality are becoming increasingly important in view of the need to ensure adequate food supplies for a growing world population despite the limited amount of arable land and the increased demand for animal feed and renewable raw materials. Bayer CropScience aligns itself to long-term trends in the markets for agricultural products.

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  • Innovations

    For global challenges

    MaterialScience, with its high-tech polymer materials and application solutions, is helping to address the challenges posed by population growth, the depletion of fossil resources, climate change, greater mobility and increasing urbanization.

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  • Innovations

    Research and development expenses

    Innovation is the key driver of Bayer’s future growth. That is why we focus on research and development. In 2013 a total of €3,190 million (2012: €3,013 million) was spent on research and development.

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Scientific Awards

Bayer foundation honors young research scientists

The Bayer Science & Education Foundation presents young scientists with the Bayer Early Excellence in Sience Award.

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Video

Prof. Rammensee Searches for Anticancer Vaccine

Prof. Hans-Georg Rammensee has one goal: to beat cancer with a vaccine. He has received the Hansen Family Award 2013 for his successes in therapy.

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Research

Medicine of the Future

Cardiovascular diseases and cancer are two of the most common causes of death worldwide. Bayer scientists are working on new, targeted therapies in both areas to ensure that patients can be treated more effectively in future.

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