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08/09/2022
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  • Spider venom for therapeutics and bioinsecticides
    The venom of a single spider can contain up to 3000 components. These components, mostly peptides, can be used to develop promising drug leads for the treatment of diseases. Spider venom can also b...
  • Pushing the boundaries of optics
    Quantum mechanically entangled light particles break down the boundaries of conventional optics and allow a glimpse into previously invisible wavelength ranges, thus bringing about new possibilitie...


  • New type of ventilator for virus-free air
    The danger of becoming infected with the coronavirus is especially high in enclosed spaces. This is because aerosols - which play a key role in the transmission of COVID-19 - increase the concentra...


  • New agents to fight multidrug-resistant germs
    Resistance to antibiotics is on the rise worldwide. Fraunhofer scientists have joined forces with partners in the Phage4Cure project to explore alternatives to antibiotics. One objective is to vanq...
  • New approach to sustainable lithium
    The demand for lithium is rapidly growing, but Europe's conventional resources are limited. Connecting European circular economy to global networks, the EIT RawMaterials Innovation Community and le...
  • Detection of cancer from exhaled breath
    The air we exhale contains information that can assist with the diagnosis of disease. Researchers at the Fraunhofer Project Hub for Microelectronic and Optical Systems for Biomedicine MEOS are now ...






  • 1000 km range thanks to a new battery concept
    You cannot get far today with electric cars. One reason is that the batteries require a lot of space. Fraunhofer scientists are stacking large cells on top of one another. This provides vehicles wi...
  • A way out of the chromium ban
    To prevent components from becoming corroded or worn, they are often coated using hexavalent chromium. Starting in September of 2017, though, this will only be permitted with exceptions. The extrem...
  • Making fluorescent chips using an inkjet printer
    Want to quickly test blood for pathogens? Or food for toxins? In the future, you will be able to do just that from the comfort of your own home using a small fluorescent chip and your smartphone. T...


  • Microreactor replaces animal tests
    Researchers all over Europe are working on alternatives to animal testing that can be used to evaluate the adverse side-effects of medications. But many of these test methods still present problems...
  • Terahertz technology reaches industrial maturity
    Terahertz is a new technology in which nondestructive testing of components and surfaces is possible. Until now, these devices and, in particular, the sensor heads have been expensive and unwieldy....
  • New process for eco-friendly phosphorus recovery
    Demand in agriculture for phosphate-based fertilizers is growing steadily. At the same time, the purity of reservoirs is declining, which means extracting and preparing phosphorus is getting more d...
  • Power amplifiers for 5G made of gallium nitride
    The wireless data transmission via mobile communication is reliable and affordable. However, data volume per user is rising exponentially. Causes are not only the continuously growing number of sma...
  • Better treatment of food allergies
    Food allergies have been on the increase for years. There is currently only one solution for patients: avoid allergy-triggering products. Fraunhofer researchers are making an important contribution...
  • Manufacturing of high-quality plastics from terpenes
    Even if fossil resources got much cheaper in the last years there are big efforts to replace standard plastics by substances made from renewable resources. A reduced consump tion of fossil resource...


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