The first 40 SeaBubbles have been ordered and will be on the water this spring

The first forty SeaBubbles have been ordered and are in production in Asia. They will be ready within a few months. That's what Minze Walvius tells us, representative of the French start-up SeaBubbles in The Netherlands. These SeaBubbles are watercraft that use...

Loci, a car from Berlin that can be printed according to every consumer’s personal wishes

On the drawing boards, it already existed in several versions, but now there is the first prototype: BigRep, Berlin's world player in the field of assitive Manufacturing, unveiled its first fully 3D printed, autonomous electric podcar, the LOCI, at the FormNEXT trade...

Start-up of the Day: faster, better and cheaper monitoring of cancer treatment thanks to chip

The Twente start-up ECsens won the 4TU Impact Challenge at the beginning of this month. Students from the four technical universities in The Netherlands presented their most groundbreaking innovations. ECsens succeeded in convincing the jury with their diagnostic chip...

Start-up of The Day: Saving with Monkee is fun

Saving for old age, for a new car, for a holiday trip, college education for the kids, etc. - everyone has good intentions, but with the implementation there is often a problem. The inventors of the Austrian start-up Monkee want to help people achieve their savings...

Electric Auke #3: ‘See, climatologists aren’t exaggerating!’

Each week we take a look with EV specialist and Innovation Origins columnist Auke Hoekstra at what caught his eye on topical issues or what he runs into when it concerns the preservation of our planet. This week, Auke is looking at a study by three scientists who...

Start-up of The Day: Saving with Monkee is fun

Saving for old age, for a new car, for a holiday trip, college education for the kids, etc. – everyone has good intentions, but with the implementation there is often a problem. The inventors...

In Spain: A child, a book and a tree

Your life is complete once you have brought a child into the world, written a book and planted a tree. That’s apparently a good Spanish custom. My daughter Laura was born on 4 May 2003. Three...

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