Fraunhofer USA Blog 2019

Join the Fraunhofer USA Center for Manufacturing Innovation CMI at Boston TechJam 2019

Join the Fraunhofer USA Center for Manufacturing Innovation CMI at Boston TechJam 2019;  June 13th @ Boston City Hall Plaza

Join the block party while toasting to the region’s success and your role in making that happen. Listen to great local music, join the fun with many interactive activities and enjoy local food and drink.  Come on down and network in a whole new way. “Geek out” and see what other pioneering people and companies are doing with technology that will change the world. Whether you attend by yourself or bring your team, we’ve got some cool ways that make connecting with people fun. Visit fellow developers, marketing and biz dev pros, founders, tech execs and others who love to “geek out” and see innovation in action! Meet with Boston’s top VCs. Discover people who can help you with website design, PR, legal, and more.

Stay tuned for details of the Fraunhofer CMI program.

Fraunhofer CMI contact:

Bill Mosolgo

Fraunhofer CMB Intern sharing Experience

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Chiara getting familiar with a chromatography equipment (Waters) used for purification of antibacterial compounds.

January 2019

Chiara Wolfbeisz is finishing her Internship at Fraunhofer CMB in Newark DE. We thank Chiara for her contributions and wish her well in her bright future.


Educational background: B. Sc. Biology at Julius-Maximilians-University Wuerzburg, Germany

During my internship in the Microbiology group at the Center for Molecular Biotechnology I was involved in several aspects of antibiotics discovery. I received training in the isolation and characterization of novel soil derived bacterial strains and got to know a variety of different purification processes of antimicrobial agents.

I had the opportunity to be part of an international, very open-minded research team and worked side by side with professional scientists, who became more than colleagues during my time in the USA! Especially for me as an undergrad intern, it was awesome to learn multiple standard lab techniques/methods and to gain a realistic insight into the daily work of a scientist.

All in all, I am glad that I had the chance to meet so many amazing people. I learned a lot, not just about the American way of life, but also about myself during this exciting time in my life!