Long-term Research Trends For Germany

Posted by Juan on August 30, 2019as ,

New priorities for research and technology which products and services we need in the future and how researchers can develop the best? How can it succeed for example, to bring new medicines without tests on humans or animals on the market? And how can we dramatically reduce the energy consumption of a city, to curb climate change? To adequately meet these and other challenges in the future, the Fraunhofer-Institute for industrial engineering IAO and for system and innovation research ISI on behalf of the Federal Ministry for education and research (BMBF) have identified long-term research trends. Seven future of new cutting are a result of this so-called foresight process, where numerous experts of from various disciplines who collaborated between September 2007 and the end of 2009. These are characterised by their high innovation potential and bring together different strands of research. So for example feeds ProduzierenKonsumieren2. 0 “from production, service, and.

Environmental research and biotechnology, material, and social sciences. The future field transdisciplinary models and multi scale simulation integrates knowledge from nature, engineering, structural, agricultural, social, humanities, human, law and economics. These promises are the disciplines spanned networking, which is necessary to establish in the future for example the holistic model of the human body. Now, are the results of the foresight study under available and can be commented as of 30 June 2010 and debated in a moderated dialogue (diskussion.bmbf-foresight.de). The results incorporated into the connection within the framework of the development of the high-tech strategy and the elaboration of the research agenda in the program work of the BMBF: selected future fields and topics are included in the program work of the BMBF. We are called upon to discuss the findings with representatives from science, economics, politics and social groups.