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  • Fraunhofer MEVIS is delighted to welcome LA-based Turkish media artist Zeynep Abes to our artist-in-residence program STEAM Imaging IV, realized in collaboration with Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria, the International Fraunhofer Talent School, and School Center Walle, Bremen, Germany, and UCLA ArtSci Center, Los Angeles, USA. The residency includes a series of online and on-site encounters that bring the artist and Fraunhofer MEVIS scientists together with school students and their families in Bremen, Germany.

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  • On Wednesday, October 6, the virtual kick-off meeting for EsteR, a project aiming to enhance decision support of public health authorities by employing risk modeling for pandemic control, took place. The project started on July 1, 2021 and is funded for one year with 193,000 euros by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under the announcement "Prävention und Versorgung epidemisch auftretender Infektionen mit innovativer Medizintechnik".

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  • A virtual “AI Center for Health Care” is being established in the U Bremen Research Alliance (UBRA). For this purpose, the state of Bremen provides funds that are awarded to forward-looking projects in the UBRA. In the course of a competitive call for proposals, five projects were recently selected to receive funding in the coming years. The projects, in which Fraunhofer MEVIS is involved, will start this year.

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  • Organized as digital online event, we are opening the doors and inviting kids and their parents to join a virtual tour of our MRI Center at Fraunhofer MEVIS on Sunday, October 3rd. MEVIS joins the initiative „Maus Türöffner-Tag” by the WDR „Die Sendung mit der Maus” opening doors all over Germany to discover exciting and interesting facts and sites.

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  • During her residency at Fraunhofer MEVIS, media artist Eli Joteva created a remarkable installation: To obtain the material for her digital artwork, the Bulgarian lay down in an MRI scanner for hours. The result: a digital installation called “IntraBeing.“ It shows oversized organs and highly complex webs of nerves that move meditatively and mysteriously right before the viewer's eyes.

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  • On Thursday, May 6, 2021, the virtual kick-off meeting took place for the BMDeep project, which is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) for three years as part of the Computational Life Sciences initiative.

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  • We have moved

    May 07, 2021

    The headquarters of Fraunhofer MEVIS has moved to its new institute building on the campus of the University of Bremen.

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