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Bosch and IBM are partnering up to find substitute raw materials

Bosch and IBM are partnering to replace raw materials such as rare earth, nickel and lithium.

Digitization is the order of the day at Bosch; Image: Stuttgarter Nachrichten

Bosch secures access to IBM's new quantum computer to discover which raw materials can replace current ones. Because currently rare earth, nickel and lithium are not mined sustainably and are also expensive.

Another problem that the partnership between the two companies wants to address is the independence from China. This is because the majority of these raw materials are imported into the EU. Bosch now wants to change that with substitute raw materials.

This is also an important step for e-mobility. After all, the industry needs a lot of these expensive raw materials. In the long term, this will lower the prices for e-cars and also provide for the storage of hydrogen.


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