AI for SMEs

General access to artificial intelligence. That’s the guiding idea behind the Fraunhofer Institute’s “Learning Systems” Research Center in the southwestern German state of Baden-Württemberg.

Renewable Synthetic Fuel

Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT have come up with a method of using renewable electricity to create synthetic fuel.

Fighting AI Discrimination

Everyone agrees that artificial intelligence has the potential to dramatically improve people’s lives. But what if, intentionally or not, it also reinforces their biases?

AI Boom in Germany

Artificial intelligence is on the rise in Germany, and nowhere is the boom any greater than in the capital Berlin.

Plasma Decontamination

Researchers working in the collaborative project “MoPlasDekon,” sponsored by German Ministry of Education and Research, have come up with a new process for decontaminating people and objects.

Full Speed Ahead

An exciting new ‘Port of Science’ is being built near the university district in the historic trading city of Magdeburg. With overseas investors already taking advantage, it is on course to become one of the largest research clusters in Germany.

Germany Invests Hundreds of Millions in Green Hydrogen

Germany is putting its money where its mouth is in terms of hydrogen-based energy technology. Economic Affairs and Energy Minister Peter Altmaier has promised to make Germany the “world number one,” and three German ministries are pumping hundreds of millions of euros into programs toward that end.

Autonomous Flight Testing

Stuttgart University is heading a project aiming to support the development of energy-efficient, electric, autonomous flight by establishing two testing areas in southern Germany.

Recycling CO2

When environmentalists talk about carbon dioxide, it’s most about how to reduce it. But what if the greenhouse gas could be recycled into something beneficial?

Attractive Repellent

Greasy fingers and stainless steel surfaces – a combination that’s irritating countless people in and around the home. Now Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute thinks it’s found a solution to this age-old problem.