KIT and its spin-off EDI GmbH are developing an artificial intelligence (AI) assistance system for forest management in the face of climate change and to support foresters.
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A research team from Empa and Imperial College London has developed drones which equip trees with sensors to detect environmental damage in the forest.
In the next five years, Europe has to invest in developing systems that measure and explain as to why some agricultural crops are growing well […]
Anyone who has entered the keywords “Bäume” and “sterben” (trees & dying) on the internet over the past few days will undoubtedly have been shocked […]
Even if you can’t imagine it with a snowy or rainy winter like this one: In the long term, the European floodplain forests are threatened […]
An international team of researchers, including scientists from the Karlsruher Institute of Technology (KIT), has turned our previous assumptions on the CO2 uptake of forests […]
Forests keep burning. Gas detector sensors offer a solution to save wildlife and ecosystems.
This is the weekend of the Dutch National Monuments Days. Columnist Eugène Franken explains why a monument has everything to do with innovation.
Extreme weather events cause masses of earth to move. Slopes begin to slide. This can have serious consequences if they are inhabited. Sustainable solutions could be offered by nature.
The dye molecule thereby "feels" the force acting within the plastic and continues to indicate changes in force by changes in color.
How do you turn animal manure into the best agricultural fertiliser? Can the black soldier fly be used as animal feed? These are just some […]
Scientists at TU Delft in The Netherlands have developed mini-drones with researchers from Spain and the US that can carry out complex tasks together in a swarm.
The 'Luxembourg in Transition' project aims to make the Grande Région carbon neutral. Multidisciplinary research teams are developing visionary models that can be implemented by 2050
Scientists at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences in Austria have developed a way to make sensor data visible on a smartphone using augmented reality as part of the "Dataskop" research project
This Sunday is World Green Roof Day. In the Netherlands, the Rotterdam Roof Days are therefore organized to highlight the fact that urban greening improves the living environment in cities.
Researchers from Technical University Denmark developed a tiny robot that can harvest valuable chemicals from plant cells.
Researchers have uncovered a new tool in understanding how humans have adapted to infectious diseases over the last 10,000 years. It has application to diseases like Covid-19.
Every other week, we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at how the earth is becoming more sustainable. This week: Can companies offset CO2 emissions by planting trees?
German and Italian scientists develop smart plant seed-inspired soft robots that spread on and in the ground to monitor soil and climate parameters.
Crops in greenhouse horticulture can be fertilized in a sustainable way by mimicking the action of a lightning bolt.