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    How a digital twin can save lives

    Diagnostic hypotheses and personalized therapies: artificial intelligence has begun to revolutionize the fight against cancer.

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    Lighthouse project "Go Beyond 4.0"

    Industrie 4.0 and then some.

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    Mobile communications technology 5G

    The extremely powerful mobile communications technology is what makes Industrie 4.0, autonomous...

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    Preserving cultural heritage – through research and high-tech

    How can cultural heritage be...

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    Health Research in 4D

    Drugs, diagnostics, devices and data are the four major areas of medical science.

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    Biological Transformation

    Materials, structures and principles of nature enable mankind to operate sustainably.

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    Production of the future

    Rigid factory streets are becoming modular and efficient systems, conserving resources. The human being is supported by assistance...

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    Defense against drones – the danger on the radar screen

    Drones are useful, but they can also be dangerous if misused for terrorism. Fraunhofer is developing...

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    The New Worlds of Work

    How do the innovations of today shape the world of work in 2025?

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    Blockchain – A technology with great potential

    Blockchain technology could make business transactions significantly more secure and easier, for...

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    Batteries of the future

    Fraunhofer is developing the next generation of batteries. The spectrum includes the whole range of energy storage: from the...

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    Smart Data – The stuff innovations are made of

    Digitalization is a phenomenon that increases the industry’s need for data protection, secure data exchange...

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    Natural Products for Biotechnology

    Insects have ingenious survival strategies. The researchers of the Fraunhofer IME project group...

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    Cognitive Machines

    Screwing, drilling, welding or bonding: ANNIE, the mobile assistive robot developed at Fraunhofer IFF, allows direct human-machine cooperation.

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    Technologies for the Energy Transition

    "Energiewende": An energy transition. Over 2000 Fraunhofer staff members are researching the widest possible variety of...

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    Technologies for old buildings and monuments

    A facelift for old buildings – Energy-efficient renovations and conservation of historic monuments.

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    Cyber Security for the Future

    Cyber security is the basic prerequisite for digitalization. Whether it is in automotive, production, critical infrastructure or...

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    Real-time Communication: Why the Internet has to become tactile

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    Production 4.0

    Producing individual products quickly, flexibly and sustainably – Industry 4.0 will make it possible.

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    Doing Secure Digital Business

    Cloud Computing, Industry 4.0, Smart Data, the Internet of Things and Services – the digital...

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  • Digital Innovation Spaces – Fraunhofer at the CeBIT

    Fraunhofer will present new ideas and technologies on the road to a digital society.

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    Popular Encryption

    Sending emails is as easy as pie. However, until now a lot of know-how has been required to securely encrypt them. This is bound to change: Deutsche Telekom and the Fraunhofer Institute for Secure...

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    Additive Manufacturing

    Bones, engines and shoe soles...

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    Dealing with Antibiotic Resistance

    Cross-sectional infection model for skin infections: Histological section through a skin model grown in a test tube, which has been infected with...

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    Driving Electric

    Innovative batteries, cable-free charging and cost-efficient drive systems are to help improve the performance of future generations of the electric automobile.

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    Cyber-physical Equivalence – Smart Production Control

    opens the way for flexible manufacturing processes capable of producing one-off products and...

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    Machines communicate by using infrared light

    Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS have developed a module that transmits data rapidly

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    High Speed Internet from the Ceiling Lamp

    In the future, people will be able to surf the web using light – thanks to...

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    »NeuroLab« - Human-Computer-Collaboration

    Fraunhofer IAO’s newly opened NeuroLab has been built to study what happens in the brain when...

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