Welcome to the world of quantum mechanics, where nothing seems logical, but everything appears possible. And Fraunhofer is busy applying that science.
Low-fat, low-salt products are healthy, but can they taste good too? Fraunhofer researchers are investigating this question.
A decade of research, a successful spin-off – and a major leap forward for the pharmaceutical industry.
A new EU regulation intended to make medical devices safer could end up jeopardizing care for children and patients with rare diseases. Fraunhofer is striving to minimize these consequences.
Is this beloved tradition incompatible with today’s sustainability values? A sobering look at the facts and data.
Could commercial off-the-shelf components developed by the auto industry reduce the cost of space missions?
A more sustainable way of sourcing valuable protein: if only the black soldier fly could break through the yuck barrier.
The Digital Ocean Lab opens up new opportunities for deep-sea research.
Automated passport checks are not immune to trickery, as our tests confirmed.
Cost is the final barrier to cancer treatment for all: at 275,000 euros per patient, who can afford it?
Blockchain technology could simplify the dream of traveling without borders.
How Fraunhofer technology can provide protection against terrorist attacks and street violence.
What happens to end-of-life rotor blades?
Applications and projects
14 million parcels per day are posted in the weeks before Christmas.
Fraunhofer has drawn up a roadmap of this technology’s potential from today’s point of view.
Important events in Fraunhofer’s 2020 calendar