From my very personal view it looks like especially in scientific related texts Germans use in average longer sentences than in english literature. This could be wrong perception, as a lot of non english native speaking people write in english and it is easier to write shorter sentences correctly. But also reading english written scientific blogs compared to german, it looks like it is more accepted by germans to read long interlaced sentences or the german languagne offers more options for subordinate clauses.
Is there any evidence for this or do i have a mis-perception of this phenomenom? Is this just due to english being a world-language, so shorter sentences are in common better understandable for most non native speaking people?