Fraunhofer ISE continues laboratory project with many staff home working

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Fraunhofer ISE expects to maintain much of their R&D activities despite COVID-19 restrictions as many engineers are said to working from home. Image: Fraunhofer ISE

Fraunhofer ISE expects to maintain much of their R&D activities despite COVID-19 restrictions as many engineers are said to working from home. 

Fraunhofer ISE note that ongoing research projects with clients and its services in general will continue to be available. The R&D centre contacting staff would be best through direct emails and its central phone number, during COVID-19. 

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