Fraunhofer USA Center for Coatings and Diamond Technologies CCD : Diamond Micro Needles for Brain Research

Fraunhofer USA's Center for for Sustainable Energy Systems CSE: Flash Test for Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Modules

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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  • Fraunhofer CSE Launches 2018 Roundtable Speaker Sessions on Grid Modernization with “International Insights to Meet 2050 Carbon Goals” Event
 

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Fraunhofer CMI News / 16.2.2018

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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

 

 

Fraunhofer CESE News / 15.5.2017

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  • Adam Porter on panel for Industry 4.0

 

 

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  • Fraunhofer CCD participates in MSU’s High School Engineering Institute (HSEI)--Residential Program

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7.6.2018

Mixed reality: walking naturally between worlds

In the future, virtual reality (VR) users will be able to interact even more simply, more naturally and in real time between real and virtual worlds. A scene from the real world can be transferred into virtual reality and, from there, feedback can be reflected in turn into the real situation. A new X-reality technology that makes this possible is being displayed by the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute HHI at the CeBIT, Booth E78 Hall 27.
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5.6.2018

Fraunhofer drives intelligent agriculture forward

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1.6.2018

Quick identification of multidrug-resistant pathogens

If doctors diagnose a patient with blood poisoning, the patient will immediately be administered a broad-spectrum antibiotic. In many cases, however, the drug is ineffective. Multidrug-resistant pathogens are often the reason why sepsis spreads through the body, ultimately resulting in the patient’s death. As things stand, antibiotic resistance tests can take several days. In the PathoSept project, Fraunhofer researchers and partners are developing an end-to-end modular system that reduces the time needed to identify antibiotic-resistant pathogens to nine hours.
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1.6.2018

Modular measurement wristband for personalized dementia therapy

Dementia is an age-related disease that is becoming ever more prevalent as demographics change. It affects primarily people over the age of 80, with this group accounting for more than 70 percent of all dementia sufferers. Caring for these patients is an enormous challenge for their families and caregivers, especially since, in most cases, key health data lacks any useful structure and is not available when it is needed. It is hoped that a miniaturized, modular measurement and advisory system being developed in a joint project that includes Fraunhofer researchers will soon ease this situation. The system uses inconspicuous sensors to automatically measure dementia patients’ health and care data and suggests personalized treatment options based on their current condition.
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