By using a fully new material, nickel niobate, for the anode of lithium-ion batteries, the charging speed can be improved by ten times, according to […]
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Moveshelf, based in the Dutch city of Utrecht, develops software to make motion analyses available to every healthcare specialist.
In the Pioneers in Mobility month, we feature stories from companies that work on the mobility of the future. This time: Bosal.
Charging with at least 1 MW and thus continuing your journey in three-quarters of an hour, will soon become a cost-neutral operation in truck transport, Maarten Steinbuch concludes.
For developers of sensor-related products like fitness trackers, medical wearables, or Bluetooth-enabled motion sensors, it’s always a challenge to keep the non-recurring engineering costs as […]
It takes time, but the fastest cycling route past all 57,912 national monuments in the Netherlands exists
How do you successively visit a large number of different locations with as few kilometers as possible? This may seem like a simple question, but […]
Ten years after his first experience with an electric car, Maarten Steinbuch has now flown electric for the first time. He describes his experiences.
As the usage of Electric Vehicles (EVs) grows rapidly across Europe, the accuracy of fast-charging DC stations is being called into question. A lack of […]
Scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS in Germany have developed innovative "μPCR" lab modules to significantly speed up PCR lab tests
Maarten Steinbuch's experience with the 250 kW charger shows that electric driving is entering the next phase. Throughout Europe, fast-chargers are now being installed.
Fraunhofer institutes ISI, ISE and IEG are expecting a German demand for hydrogen between 400 and 800 terawatt hours by 2050. This is according to a study commissioned by the national 'Wasserstoff.'
TNO and Aircision have successfully tested the first long distance, cable free internet in the Netherlands.
German researchers have developed a new method that can analyze blood samples on site faster and cheaper - without sending them to a lab.
Researchers at the Technical University of Cologne are developing an advanced drone-based system to help save people from drowning in unguarded waters as part of the GUARDIAN project.
Each week we follow up on a well-read story. This week space researcher Angelo Vermeulen and space entrepreneur Jeroen Rotteveel talk about a city on Mars.
An international team from TU Munich and Airbus Helicopters (AH) is working on technical solutions to make helicopters faster, more environmentally friendly and quieter in the future.
After the pandemic, lots of people are looking forward to going to festivals again. No need to wait at the bar. A fully automatic beer machine will tap your beer fast and with 'two fingers of foam.'
Semiconductors temporarily take on a metallic property when flashed with laser light and conduct better as a result.
Data journalist Jelmer Visser makes real-world sense of the corona pandemic in Europe. This week: How did the British, Americans and Israelis come by so many vaccines?
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