The Robert Bosch Foundation represents the philanthropic endeavors of Robert Bosch (1861-1942). Its activities mainly focus on the fields of science, health, international relations, education, society and culture.
The foundation is divided into six areas. It promotes external projects and initiates its own projects for developing and running programmes:
Incorporated in the Robert Bosch Foundation are
the Hans Walz Foundation for the research of naturopathy in particular the homeopathy,
the Otto und Edith Mühlschlegel Foundation that aims to examine topics related to old age and enable people to manage this period of their lives in a positive way,
the DVA Foundation that fosters German-French relations in the fields of cultural studies, translation, literature, and theatre,
the Rochus and Beatrice Mummert-Foundation that appeals to High Potentials of the disciplines economic, engineer, physical or touristic sciences from the acceding EU-countries and EU-candidates from Central and Southeast Europe.
In Stuttgart the Robert Bosch Foundation maintains
the Dr. Margarete Fischer-Bosch Institute for clinical pharmacology and
Magazin Wissen (monthly)