Climate change: Alpine flora isn’t in a rush – that’s both a risk and an opportunity

Whereas other plants (such as grapes) respond swiftly to changes in climate, alpine plants seems to take their time to adapt. It is true that they are gradually creeping upwards so as to avoid earlier rising temperatures. But according to a study carried out by...

Start-up of the day: Parkbob digitizes mobility processes

Parkbob was launched four years ago with an app for motorists looking for parking space in Vienna. Within a short period of time, the start-up company expanded its services even further. Today, it is an expert in digital transport services and cooperates with Shared...

Start-up of the day: Swifter surgeries thanks to new discovery

Medical science in the Netherlands is known for its pioneering discoveries. Sometimes these solutions may seem simple, but they can speed up processes considerably. Such as the invention made by SLAM Ortho, for instance. We spoke to the founders Bart Kölling and...

Tomorrow is good: Data, not words, if you really want to do something about subversive organized crime.

Recently the report De Achterkant van Amsterdam (The Other Side of Amsterdam) was presented. A report on the investigation carried out by Pieter Tops and Jan Tromp into drug-related financial transactions and how they take place in the main city. The report describes...

Best read: ‘Farmers must produce less manure in order to stop soil acidification.’

Best read: ‘Make farmers produce less manure in order to prevent soil acidification.’

Climate change: Alpine flora isn’t in a rush – that’s both a risk and an opportunity

Whereas other plants (such as grapes) respond swiftly to changes in climate, alpine plants seems to take their time to adapt. It is true that they are gradually creeping upwards so as to avoid earlier rising temperatures. But according to a study carried out by...

Tomorrow is good: never say that ethics is just a trend

Tomorrow is good: never say that ethics is just a trend

Amazon Web Services wants to promote innovation in Germany

In response to the growing cloud computing market in Germany, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has opened a new, state-of-the-art office in Munich. "Companies from all sectors of the German economy are using the AWS cloud to promote innovation, substantially cut costs,...

Tomorrow is good: Data, not words, if you really want to do something about subversive organized crime.

Recently the report De Achterkant van Amsterdam (The Other Side of Amsterdam) was presented. A report on the investigation carried out by Pieter Tops and Jan Tromp into drug-related financial transactions and how they take place in the main city. The report describes...

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Liberté, Egalité, Innovation

“We don’t have oil, but we do have ideas” is an expression that French people often use. And there is something to that. Photography, cars, bicycles, cinema, calculators,...

France is innovating as fast as a train at Station F

The world’s largest start-up campus is located at a former train station in the heart of Paris. With a thousand budding entrepreneurs on 34,000 m2 of floor space, France is putting itself on...

Start-up of the week: clean your house with acorns

”Your sneak preview of the future” is the slogan of Innovation Origins, and that’s just what we will highlight with our Start-up of the Week column. Over the past few days, five start-ups of the day...

Tomorrow is good: a happier tomorrow

Jacinda Ardern has been getting my attention for some time now. Although I do follow global politics fairly closely, I would not be able to name any previous New Zealand Prime Ministers aside from...

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