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Current Press Releases

  • IKU: 15 projects with brains nominated for Innovation Award Climate and Environment

    For the sixth time, the Federal Association of German Industry and the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Construction and Nuclear Safety awarded the IKU environmental prize. 133 companies competed with their products and services. The jury's decision was based on the scientific evaluation of the applications by Fraunhofer ISI.

  • Fraunhofer ISI: Plug-in hybrid vehicles are better than their reputation

    Scientists from Fraunhofer ISI and KIT (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) have compared the performance of battery electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles in Germany and the US. The results have now been published in the journal “Scientific Reports”.

  • Using Patient Science to explore the treatment of rare diseases

    Research into rare diseases is often difficult for medical and economic reasons. At the same time, there are hardly any studies in health research that involve citizens actively in the research process as it is in Citizen Science projects. A new study under the direction of Fraunhofer ISI tackles both problems and comprehensively involves rare disease sufferers and their relatives.