A new era, new challenges, new solutions
New developments to better protect civilians and soldiers during crises
Current trends – and truths over 2,500 years old
How sewage testing with the mobile Fraunhofer laboratory delivers objective coronavirus figures
Which quantum computer technologies will win the struggle for supremacy?
War, crises, climate change: AI-driven early warning systems could help make the economy and society more resilient
Global supply chains are in disarray: Dr. Volker Treier, Chief Executive of Foreign Trade at DIHK, discusses what we will need to rethink to achieve better supply security
How we can protect our privacy from omnipresent voice assistants
When it comes to hydrogen, many people are concerned about the Knallgas reaction – Prof. Melz, how safe are these new technologies?
Prof. Haya Shulman heads up the Cybersecurity Analytics and Defences department at Fraunhofer SIT. Her warning is clear: “Just because we haven’t noticed anything does not mean that nothing is happening.” Malware can lie dormant in systems for years – and Russian hacker groups are “extremely professional” in their approach. This is why Prof. Shulman is advocating for the establishment of an active national cyberdefense strategy for Germany
Prof. Martin Steinebach and his team at Fraunhofer SIT are developing forensic methods for analyzing text, images and videos in order to mitigate disinformation campaigns – and protect democracy
Traditional encryption technology is losing its power of protection. The solution is post-quantum cryptography
An interview with Dr. Volker Wissing, German Federal Minister for Transport and Digital Infrastructure
The Joseph von Fraunhofer Prize and the Fraunhofer Founder Award for outstanding research
A new laser scanner microscope for quick, precise monitoring during operations
Proxidrugs provide new treatments for previously incurable diseases – cancer, infections and Alzheimer’s disease
The German government introduced a special, discounted nationwide travel pass costing just 9 euros – now what?
Field robots and X-ray technology help cultivators in their search for the perfect plants
The threat of hunger looms large. As insects devour a third of the world’s harvests, Fraunhofer is developing a new method of environmentally friendly pest control
How manta rays inspired an underwater robot
New assessment criteria means new opportunities for engineers