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Tesla CEO Elon Musk arrives in Tuebingen, Germany to discuss building RNA micro-factories for CureVac and possibly others.
After the first stop near Frankfurt, Musk's private jet flew to Stuttgart on September 1, where, according to flight data, arrived at about 4 pm. After 40 minutes, Musk arrived at Tuebingen for the headquarters of the biotech company CureVac. Musk wants to take a look at the so-called RNA printer that Tesla subsidiary Grohmann built for the CureVac.
Back in 2019, Tesla filed a joint patent with CureVac: 'Bioreactor for RNA in vitro transcription.' The patent describes a bioreactor for RNA in vitro transcription, which can automate the production of RNA. This joint invention should help CureVac significantly reduce RNA production time and improve its quality, which is incredibly important in the search for a vaccine against COVID-19.
I like to see Elon surrounded by so many people and especially young people. They understand who he is and what he is doing for all of humanity. #TeslaGermany— Eva Fox 🦊 (@EvaFoxU) September 2, 2020
These photos warm my soul @elonmusk ❤️ pic.twitter.com/zD0vcblbAt
In the evening, Musk arrived in a black Tesla Model X. In spite of everything, he took a walk in the technology park in Tuebingen near the biopharmaceutical company CureVac. During the walk, he talked with fans who photographed him tirelessly.
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