The International Motor Show (IAA) will take place in Frankfurt from the 12th to the 22nd of September. Most of it will revolve around the […]
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ÖAMTC, ADAC, Fraunhofer ISE & IFO – are all spreading misinformation on electric vehicles: What’s going on here?
Is there a German-speaking bubble of experts spreading anti-electric vehicle propaganda? Yesterday I had to debunk the fourth study which was giving out misinformation on […]
A new European project wants to find out what light – instead of radio waves – can do for the Internet of Things: ELIoT, Enhance […]
Fraunhofer ISE was wrong: hydrogen cars are not cleaner than battery-driven electric vehicles and diesel cars are not even close
A new study on the positive sides of hydrogen and diesel was presented by the Fraunhofer ISE Institute on 13-7-2019 and this blog is my […]
Invented stories, distorted facts: fake news is spreading like wildfire on the internet and is often shared on without thought, particularly on social media. In […]
A very clever industry incubator is taking shape on the campus of the University of Twente. It’s the latest move by Fraunhofer, Europe’s largest application-oriented […]
In April it will be three years since Eindhoven signed an agreement with the renowned German research institute Fraunhofer. The signatories to the Memorandum of Understanding […]
The Fraunhofer-Institut will show two innovative research developments for the construction industry at the BAU trade fair in Munich. The prototypes of the EDF drying […]
It’s easier to do things together – not only in your private life but also in your professional life. The Fraunhofer is also counting on […]
Brainport and Fraunhofer have agreed upon a “cooperation as part of a long-term strategy”. The cooperation focuses on development and implementation of smart city and smart society […]
Further research work will however be necessary until industrial application is possible, for example as a composite in lightweight construction.
According to the German scientists, the handy device based on graphene oxide can be used in practice as early as the beginning of next year.
An old pair of jeans or an old T-shirt can now be recycled several times and thereby contribute to more sustainability in fashion.
A scientist at the German Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM has developed a new type of coating to protect steel from hydrogen permeation.
Thinking three-dimensionally could revolutionize fashion production, 3D-modeling techniques and innovative use of materials are just some of its advantages.
“It’s brimming with opportunities here, much more than we can handle and that’s great,” Marc Verbiest exclaims. He has been posted to the Dutch Consulate […]
Industry, and manufacturing factories, in particular, use a tremendous amount of electricity, much of which comes from fossil fuels. One reason for this is that […]
This week and next week, Innovation Origins will be looking at the growing influence of wireless communication within today’s society and in particular at data […]
Advances in the field of augmented and virtual reality enable users to have ever-more realistic experiences. Just recently, a computer scientist at the University of […]
Two German research institutes have devised a screening method that allows hospitals to check people for a corona infection without the need for contact. Anyone […]