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.
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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?
"By applying the latest technology in your industry, your business will reach new heights that you never thought possible."
An international project consortium is developing a modular sensor system for a drone to get as much information as possible from the scene more quickly when rescuing buried victims.
The discovery by a German researcher at Ruhr University Bochum is particularly significant for the multi-billion dollar semiconductor manufacturing industry.
Aniela Hoitink thinks that it is easier to change fashion production than consumer behavior. With fabric made of compostable mycelium (mushroom roots) she could succeed.
A new test can detect cancer at an early stage in bodily fluids. The test will be cheaper and more efficient than biopsies currently used in cancer diagnoses.
Researchers at the TU Eindhoven are working on a replacement for gearboxes, the electromagnetic drive, which should enable robots in various sectors to work more accurately and effi
Lots of people who contract COVID-19 have only a few symptoms, if any, but are still contagious. A research group wants to minimize this risk factor and that is why they have developed a smell test.
For the production of the new iPhone, Apple uses chips from the latest ASML chip machines
Research into a new way of data storage has been a collaborative project between universities and institutes from America, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.
British and American researchers have combined two enzymes from a plastic-eating microbe in such a way that it can break down plastic six times faster than the plastic-eating enzyme PETase.
Order today, delivered tomorrow. We're becoming accustomed to how packages are delivered so quickly to our homes. A logistical challenge that is becoming increasingly complex owing to growing demaand.
This ultra-fast bioprinter from Utrecht University in the Netherlands makes it possible to print a heart valve or segment of a thighbone.
Scientists have developed software to scan the enormous amount of genome data for abnormalities.
In a series of interviews, Fontys researcher Danae Bodewes talks to curious types who, each in their own way, provide the building blocks for a curious life.
AI has become an indispensable part of our lives and is helping to determine the future. For example in the development of self-driving cars, autonomous […]
In the weekly Follow-up section, we provide a sequel to our best-read stories. This week it was the story about an economic recovery program from […]