British engineers are working on a process to extract oxygen from moon dust. The residual metal powder could be used for construction materials for a lunar base.
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Since time immemorial, people have dreamt of life on the moon. As early as the 1970s, the British science fiction series “Moon Base Alpha 1” […]
“Sirius-19” is one of the long-term studies with which space agencies around the globe are preparing for longer manned missions to celestial bodies such as […]
For generations, people have wanted to know more about Earth’s environment and everything beyond our galaxy. Thanks to ever more advanced technology, scientists are also […]
SingularityU the Netherlands, with its residence at Strijp-S in Eindhoven, is looking for the best ideas to fight the consequences of climate change. The one […]
‘Harness the potential of the ocean and there will be enough energy for the entire world population’
Every day, we put a start-up in the spotlight. Today it's Tocardo, a start-up that builds tidal turbines to generate renewable energy.
It is only thanks to geniuses and technical visionaries like Copernicus, Einstein, Steve Jobs and Elon Musk that mankind advances, says Bernd Maier-Leppla.
Researchers at Dutch university in Eindhoven launch spin-off Juno to bring an artificial uterus for premature babies to the market.
Germany under Merkel has remained stagnant in many areas. The economy is strong, but not very future-oriented. Experts are calling for a major modernization effort from the next government.
Affordable housing in outer space: Scientists develop cosmic concrete from space dust and astronaut blood
Transporting a single brick to Mars can cost more than a million British pounds – making the future construction of a Martian colony seem prohibitively […]
Car manufacturers will rather invest their millions in the technology of the future than in the technology of the past. That's why e-racing will ultimately replace Formula 1, Maarten Steinbuch writes.
Cyborgs no longer belong exclusively to the realm of science fiction. Modern-day cyborgs can be found mostly within the world of artists. But for how long?
A 100 percent sustainable festival? It can be done with the GEM-Stage, a stage that can provide a rock band's entire performance with green power from solar, wind and green hydrogen.
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.
Our columnist Eugène Franken is fascinated by innovative German weapons from World War II. These were marked by an unprecedented explosion of creativity and craftsmanship.
Every other week, we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at the things he notices when it comes to the preservation of the earth. This week: Will we ever get raw materials from space?
At The Business Booster trade fair for start-ups, it transpired that energy generated from ocean waves and the sun's rays via magnifying glasses is quite affordable and suitable for use in industry.
Belgian scientists have found a CO2-free way to produce ammonia. This will enable farmers to produce environmentally friendly fertilizer themselves.
Innovation Origins regularly speaks to innovation leaders, trendsetters who are high on the innovation ladder. Today, Hassan Charaf, Head of Innovation at Schiphol airport.
Afi is a monitor that detects cardiac arrhythmias in a simple and non-intrusive way. It can save the lives of thousands of people each year. […]