Germany needs startup founders. But what do founders need? Ideas, and energy. Passion, and the power to persuade. Optimism – and optimal support too. Time and again, Fraunhofer has provided the support founders need.
Fraunhofer brought the first quantum computers to Germany in November. It's now putting them into operation. Neuromorphic computing, trusted computing and quantum computing are the three pillars for building a future.
The bioeconomy is driving the change towards a sustainable and climate-neutral economy. It offers the potential for sustainable so-lutions that conserve resources and create prosperity at the same time.
Prof. Charli Kruse, director of the Fraunhofer Research Institution for Marine Biotechnology and Cell Technology EMB in Lübeck, and his team are developing sustainable systems for land-based, closed-loop fish farms.
GWK decided to fund the NFDI for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence proposal. The consortium is coordinated by the Fraunhofer FOKUS. NFDI4DataScience aims to establish a community-driven research data infrastructure for Data Science and AI.