Fraunhofer USA Center for Coatings and Diamond Technologies CCD : CVD diamond plate growing at 900 Degrees C

Fraunhofer USA's Center for for Sustainable Energy Systems CSE: Phenolic Foam Test hut

Fraunhofer USA Center for Manufacturing Innovation CMI: Point-of- Care blood dispenser

The Fraunhofer USA Center for Laser Applications CLA: Laser additive manufacturing of impeller blades using COAX™hotwire

Fraunhofer USA Center for Molecular Biotechnology CMB: GMP microbial fermentation

The Fraunhofer Center for Experimental Software Engineering CESE scientists are experts in the advancement of software development.

Fraunhofer USA Center for Energy Innovations CEI- Developing glass compositions

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Fraunhofer USA's research centers are at the forefront in the fields of advanced manufacturing, laser application technologies, coatings and diamond technologies, experimental software engineering, molecular biotechnology, sustainable energy and energy Innovation.  

Fraunhofer USA closes the innovation gap from the lab to the real market for our customers and develop and validate scientific applications and technologies for industrial innovation in the USA. Together with Fraunhofer institutes in Germany, we strive to strengthen transatlantic collaboration in education, applied research and innovation.  

 

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Northeast innovation ecosystem leaders Fraunhofer TechBridge, Urban Future Lab and Greentown Labs launch the H2 Refuel Accelerator, sponsored by Shell and Toyota

 

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  • Fraunhofer CESE Partners with South Carolina

New collaboration to create unified, cloud-based platform to support South Carolina’s logistics industry

 

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  • Fraunhofer CCD's Diamond Technology cleans up PFAS-contaminated Wastewater
 

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Practical approach for the optimization of channel integrity in the sealing of shallow microfluidic devices made from cyclic olefin polymer

Ultra-thin microfluidics sealed shut for high-volume production

Continuous-flow qRT-PCR for rapid Ebola identification

 

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3.1.2019

Clean water for Southern Africa

Over 100 million people in Southern Africa have no access to clean water – many sources in rural areas are contaminated. In the SafeWaterAfrica project, African and European partners are working closely together to develop a decentralized system solution for water purification that can be operated and maintained autonomously by rural inhabitants. The system covers the clean water needs of several hundred people. Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Films IST are coordinating the project.
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3.1.2019

Cutting-edge VR in Magdeburg

Europe`s biggest 3D mixed reality laboratory is located in Magdeburg. Four meters high and sixteen meters in diameter, the Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation IFF‘s Elbedome resembles a hemisphere. It affords companies the opportunity to bring models of machines, systems, factories and even entire cities to life with impressive realism. We interviewed with Elbedome manager Steffen Masik about the lab’s distinctive features.
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3.1.2019

Optimizing the use of cleaning technologies

We know it from our own homes: bulky kitchen utensils and appliances are difficult to clean. In industry, complex components are more the rule than the exception and present big challenges for the design of cleaning systems. A simulation will be able to help in the future. In the Learning Factory for Industrial Cleaning Technologies, which will open at the end of 2019 at the Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV in Dresden, companies will also be able to test the combination of various cleaning technologies.
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3.1.2019

Producing vaccines without the use of chemicals

Producing vaccines is a tricky task – especially in the case of inactivated vaccines, in which pathogens must be killed without altering their structure. Until now, this task has generally involved the use of toxic chemicals. Now, however, an innovative new technology developed by Fraunhofer researchers – the first solution of its kind – will use electron beams to produce inactivated vaccines quickly, reproducibly and without the use of chemicals.
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