New impetus für the economy
How founders can make a successful start — and how Fraunhofer assists in the process.
When did you lose sleep? Startup founders open up.
An interview with Armin Laschet, the CDU’s candidate for chancellor
Vaccine development has been neglected for decades. How can we get faster?
An interview with Dr. Markus Wolperdinger: “We are working on increasing efficiency.”
Facts and figures
How deepfakes are changing our world — and what we can do.
How the media became a tool for power politics from our earliest days.
Fraunhofer researchers are working on forgeryproof components and light-speed encryption.
The recent figures from the study show new strengths — and old weaknesses.
An interview with Dr. Mike Weber, co-author of the study
Resource-efficient agriculture, courtesy of fleets of autonomous field robots.
They hide in the blood of cancer patients among billions of healthy cells. Clever technology helps to detect them.
Producing plastics from carbon dioxide? A Fraunhofer team is making it possible.
Dr. Heike Riel, IBM
It’s an ill wind for climate offenders: How environmental damage from shipping is being minimized.
Recycling valuable medical devices makes good environmental and economic sense.
The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft has been honoring outstanding scientific achievements since 1978 — meet the latest prize winners.
How metamaterials make MRIs more reliable — and more comfortable for patients.
The search for the Methuselah gene: A plant just keeps on growing, flies double their lifespan.
How Fraunhofer and Airbus are testing out new methods to make airplane cabins safer for passengers.
How the newest radar technology can make outer space safer.
The Enigma machine: High-resolution scanning helps to decode the mysteries of the cipher device.