Cutting down on nitrogen is paramount when it comes to design, construction and utilities. Start-ups can carry out experiments at the NoNo house located on the grounds of TU Delft.
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European study by Leuven University: nitrogen emissions are even more damaging to nature than expected, biodiversity at risk
“European targets for nitrogen deposition will have to be adjusted” A European study led by biologists from KU Leuven shows that nitrogen precipitation is “a […]
Seaweed farms in the North Sea offer an answer to the increasing demand for seaweed. The farms are to be located between offshore wind farms at sea.
"You will have to be very sure that electric flying will not succeed to invest now in any other form of medium distance transport."
The better the quality of car batteries, the more likely they will serve as a backup for the energy grid, as shown at The Business Booster, a trade fair for start-ups supporting the energy transition.
At the ''Green Chemistry, New Economy'' online summit on February 24, policymakers, financiers and industry reps will discuss the economic opportunities that this sustainable transition presents.
It yields a liquid fertilizer with a high nitrate content that can easily be absorbed by plants.
Research has shown that cyanobacteria can reproduce excellently under Martian conditions and thus form the basis for biological life support systems.
Crops in greenhouse horticulture can be fertilized in a sustainable way by mimicking the action of a lightning bolt.
Graz University of Technology in Austria wants to extend the service life of solid oxide fuel cells and prepare the technology for greenhouses. This could bring the technology to market maturity.
Scientists have found a new method to selectively 'fish' salts such as phosphorus and potassium out of water.
If biogenic waste materials from industry is to be used to generate green biogas, then bark and sewage sludge are showing promise, say researchers at the Vienna University of Technology.
The Protein Brewery has developed a formula that's ready for the future: "If we were to double the sugar acreage now, we would no longer need animals at all for our proteins"
"Precisely because Brabant is a densely populated conurbation, the pressure here is high to develop smart solutions"
Drawing on the four editorial themes of sustainability, mobility, health and digital, the editors of Innovation Origins look back on 2020 with a summary of the most noteworthy news stories.
Plasmacure develops a product that treats wounds with cold plasma.
‘The Chinese and Americans are knocking on the Dutch town of Geleen’s door to test innovative chem tech’
The former site of DSM in the Dutch town of Geleen has been converted into the innovative materials campus Brightlands Chemelot. It also has a pilot plant for producing oil from old sawdust.
'Better batteries and fast chargers will overtake the advantages of driving on hydrogen"
Scientists at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research Empa are researching a new powertrain concept for commercial vehicles with the use of a special test engine.
Together with international colleagues, German scientists have designed a life-support system for the city of "Nüwa", which is to serve one million people on Mars.