RanMarine Technology is a start-up based in Rotterdam but closely connected with Eindhoven due to its work. RanMarine builds aquadrones, which are designed to move […]
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Godfather of evolutionary theory and naturalist Charles Darwin (1809 – 1882) already assumed that there had to be something even smaller than the protozoa that […]
ZED wins the second edition of the Dutch 4TU Impact Challenge. The start-up from Delft University of Technology is working on a more sustainable Internet of Things without batteries.
Researchers at the German DSMZ have studied how marine microorganisms break down and recycle biodegradable plastic: Through the division of tasks among bacterial communities.
Inland shipping can make the transport of goods more ecological. The EU project IW-NET aims to provide the necessary digital tools.
The first plans for a flood defence date back to the sixties. Today the Venetians take the dam into use. The official opening is in December.
Marine biologists Sofía Tristancho Ruiz and Víctor Manuel Pérez Ignacio from Cadiz in Spain started their company Futuralga because they saw that seaweed was just […]
The energy transition is in full swing. Huge efforts are underway to reduce the emissions of CO2 and other pollutants. Some sectors are succeeding better […]
They do good – and yet they are much better known for their negative effects: microbes. As soon as people realize that they might be […]
Rick Scholte didn’t follow instructions on the first day of an internship for his Master’s programme. He had been assigned to a lab which screened […]
For the fifth time last week, ten startups received the Gerard & Anton Award. A good time to see how things are going with the […]