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27.02.2012

Point-of-care diagnostics system for hepatitis C testing

The Fraunhofer Institute for Silicon Technology ISIT and POCDIA GmbH have developed a new point-of-care diagnostic system. It carries out diagnoses quickly and inexpensively. It is also robust, user-friendly, and portable. The...[more]


23.02.2012

Fraunhofer IIS Presents the World’s First Full-HD Voice Calls on Android Phones over LTE at Mobile World Congress 2012

Fraunhofer IIS, the world’s renowned source for audio and multimedia technologies, presents the world’s first Full-HD Voice mobile phone calls over an LTE network at Mobile World Congress. Full-HD Voice is the future of mobile...[more]


20.02.2012

E-power right on the axle

Scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Systems and Device Technology IISB have developed a new type of integrated axle drive system for electric vehicles as part of the Fraunhofer e-mobility systems research...[more]


13.02.2012

Starting the laundry before you get home

In a collaboration between the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM and the Fraunhofer Institute for Communication Systems ESK, for the first time, researchers have been able to develop an IPv6 (Internet Protocol...[more]


06.02.2012

The last word… today goes to Sebastian Kibler (Fraunhofer EMFT)

Sebastian Kibler, what are you working on at the moment? I am currently working on a scent delivery system for search-dog training. The aim of the system is to train dogs to react to much lower concentrations of scent than they...[more]


31.01.2012

Taking a good look at concrete structures

Reinforced concrete is considered to be a versatile and extremely robust building material – but it’s not indestructible. Over time, moisture and de-icing salt corrode the reinforcement. The problem is that inspections are...[more]


16.01.2012

Microlenses for 3D endoscopes

Endoscopy is considered a particularly gentle operation. However, a minimally invasive procedure such as this demands considerable skill on the part of surgeons, as both their vision and freedom of movement are very restricted....[more]