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Intelligent and flexible ultrasonic sensor system based on the modular principle

Fraunhofer ZSI: Project »SonoOne«



Brain stimulation with 3D Ultrasound to treat neurological diseases and conditions

Medical engineering



Bioreactor research processes and cryotechnologies improve active ingredient tests using human cell cultures

Drug discovery for new therapies: R2U-Tox Assay - Ready-to-use-Toxicity Assay



Fraunhofer IBMT signs MoUs with KCL and KIST Europe

Joint research on nanosafety assessment technologies for global regulatory measures, development of new alternative in vitro testing methods, biobanking and cryopreservation.



"CombiDiag": Network of young scientists for research into a combinatorial diagnostics of Alzheimer’s disease

Fraunhofer IBMT Partner in the EU-Project "CombiDiag"



Development of a miniaturized lung and kidney support device for critically ill newborns

Fraunhofer IBMT Partner in the EU Project "ArtPlac"



Bidirectional control of prosthetic hands using ultrasonic sensors

Fraunhofer IBMT in the EU-Project SOMA - Neuroprostetics



Development and validation of a software platform for the prevention, detection and analysis of cyberattacks in the healthcare sector

Fraunhofer IBMT Partner in the EU Project "AI4HealthSec"



Human-machine interface stops muscle tremors

Neuromedicine - Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering IBMT Partner in the  EU Joint Project EXTEND



A new EBiSC iPSC-derived neuronal cell product simplifies neuroscience research

The European Bank for induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (EBiSC) is happy to announce a new iPSC derived neuronal cell product - EBiSC-NEUR1 which can be used directly from thaw for downstream applications.



A new generation of microimplants

A new generation of interactive microimplants developed by the innovation cluster INTAKT, which is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and coordinated by the Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering IBMT helps as miniature assistants to stimulate in cases of tinnitus or digestive tract disorders or helps a person’s hand to regain the ability to grip.





Fraunhofer at MEDICA/COMPAMED 2022

BioSensoLab - Biological laboratory to go

Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering IBMT have developed the “BioSensoLab“, a mobile biological laboratory with which they can demonstrate new developments to customers and test them together – on site at their companies.



Fraunhofer IBMT in EC-Horizon 2020 - FET Open Project GLADIATOR

New technologies for cancer monitoring and therapy
A transdisciplinary, paradigm-shifting, approach with bio-nanodevice interfaces



Fraunhofer IBMT is part of the European Partnership for the Assessment of Risks from Chemicals (PARC)

Next-generation chemical risk assessment





Fraunhofer IBMT Partner in the new EU Project “SafePolyMed”

Safer Drug Treatment and Enhanced Patient Empowerment





Human cell-based test systems for toxicity studies

R2U-Tox-Assay - Ready-to-use Toxicity Screening Assay based on iPS-Technologies




EBiSC2 and FAIRplus are improving FAIRness of stem cell data

The FAIRplus and EBiSC2 projects are joining forces to improve how ‘FAIR’ standards (Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability and Reusability) can be applied to human induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (iPSC) line data.





New Fraunhofer Center for Sensor Intelligence in Saarland

On February 23, 2022, Saarland's Minister President Tobias Hans and the President of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Prof. Reimund Neugebauer, signed an agreement to establish the Fraunhofer Center for Sensor Intelligence as a joint project between the Fraunhofer IBMT and the Fraunhofer IZFP.



360° tour - A virtual tour through laboratories and premises of the Fraunhofer IBMT at Sulzbach