“I would like us to reach the projected revenues. But that will be difficult because the foodservice industry is severely affected by the lockdown,” states […]
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Without phosphorus there would be no life as we know it. The mineral is present in our DNA and cell membranes and is an important […]
Exoplanets, i.e. planets that orbit stars beyond our solar system, play a special role in the search for extraterrestrial life. So far, a little more […]
Eindhoven based food printing start-up byFlow is developing has shown a new, patented technology for 3D personalized chocolate printing at the World’s 50 Best Restaurants […]
Researchers at the University of Glasgow have developed a new method to identify extraterrestrial life - by looking at the composition of molecules.
Technology, and particularly information technology, is key to all parts of natural science in the modern world.
A design for an adaptive mirror by TNO that can aid telescopes better photograph space has been approved for the European Solar Telescope.
The Dutch government must be transparent about the unprofitable peaks of renewable energy because otherwise citizens will not understand why they have to abandon gas in order to be CO2 neutral by 2050
A new variety of olive tree is resistant to the xylella bacterium that has wiped out millions of trees in southern Italy. The first fruit from what is known as the FS17 was harvested this month.
The first quantum network in the Netherlands is to be released around the end of the year. A quantum link will be established between two Dutch cities, connecting and entangling two quantum nodes.
Each week, Jelmer Visser analyzes the spread of the corona pandemic across Europe for Innovation Origins. Today: What we can learn from a regional approach.
Researchers at the VU University Amsterdam have tracked down a massive fifth natural force and undiscovered masses.
Data journalist Jelmer Visser closely follows the developments surrounding the coronavirus. Are we seeing exponential growth again today?
And what failing thermodynamics has taught me about the limitations of artificial intelligence.
”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 […]
Katherine Johnson died on the 24th of February at the age of almost 102. Johnson was a brilliant mathematician. Her work at NASA made an […]
Do real space research from the comfort of your own home. Search for black holes. Because anyone can join the Lofar Radio Galaxy Zoo civilian […]
Innovation Origins is delving deeper. In addition to the usual news items about innovation and technology, our journalists spend a week zooming in on important […]
The days when Spain looked at French, Italian or Asian cuisine with envy have long since passed. According to José Carlos Capel, the southern European […]
For decades, the galaxy NGC 1316 has been a popular object for research among astronomers and yet, it still poses a mystery to scientists. The […]