In collaboration with the Hörmann company, the Fraunhofer Institute has developed double glazing that remains intact even in extreme heat.
Modern cars have more and more built-in sensors - and less and less space for additional sensors. Now headlights are also being turned into sensors.
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.
[Update] This week Innovation Origins reported on a dispersion coating that uses photosynthesis to kill viruses and bacteria. We based our findings on a press […]
Conventional brake discs are made of cast iron containing graphite. They do have some advantages. These include good thermal conductivity and a very good capacity […]
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 […]
Electric cars are good for the environment. This is certainly a fitting statement – especially if the electricity for the vehicles is not generated from […]
Have you felt stressed today? – Either way, you should not reach for a Squishy. Even less, you should give these colorful foam dolls to […]
Anyone who has ever seen and even experienced a traffic accident will know: Even if one – hopefully – remained uninjured, one is plagued with […]
The discussion about electric car or diesel, which is better or more environmentally friendly, divides the motorist nation Germany. Everybody wants to know and defends […]
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 […]
Almost half of the 100 most innovative companies on earth comes from Asia. Japan is the top country with 39 entries; Korea, Taiwan and China […]
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 […]
According to a study by the environmental organization WWF Germany, ten million metric tons of food is thrown in the garbage every year in this […]
More than 40 percent of the electricity consumed in Germany in 2018 was generated from renewable energy. Wind turbines accounted for the lion’s share, and […]
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 […]
Working within the framework of Lyteus, Holst Centre and Fraunhofer FEP step into the spotlight with the creation of the world’s longest single-device OLED. At […]
At the Brainport Industries Campus (BIC), as part of the Smart Industry campaign, a field lab has been set up to develop a secure environment […]
‘Precisely because things are going so well in Brainport Eindhoven, it is important to link the power of today to the challenges of tomorrow’. Arnold […]