The Interreg Northwest Europe project CurCol wants to color bioplastics and paper packaging with pigments based on the natural dye derived from turmeric.
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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 […]
Hannah Wundsam and Cornelia Sochor were in a master’s program at the University of Economics, Vienna (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien) when they noticed that a lot of […]
World Economic Forum (WEF) asked a group of international technology experts to identify this year’s Top 10 Emerging Technologies. After soliciting nominations from additional experts […]
Packaging that sounds the alarm or measures temperature – what still sounds like fiction could become reality in the coming years. The first prototypes have […]
Biodegradable plastics have been around for a long time, but have so far only been of limited use for food. Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute […]
Researchers at the German DSMZ have studied how marine microorganisms break down and recycle biodegradable plastic: Through the division of tasks among bacterial communities.
A digital twin, a real-time digital replica of a physical device or a process, can help design products, shorten innovation cycles and minimize environmental impact, Helen Kardan states in her column.
Our patent expert columnist Hans Helsloot took a virtual look at the online Dutch Design Week and reached a shocking conclusion: lots of beautiful designs are not protected. This can be done better!
A living coffin, textiles woven by drones, and inflatable 3D printed shapes. A wide variety of projects are on show at the Dutch Design Week 2020.
PFAS are non-biodegradable chemical compounds that are bad for the environmentand and are notorious in the Dutch construction industry. KU Leuven has developed a method that filters them out of water.
The company, based in Amsterdam and Eindhoven, will focus on its AI-based computer vision, motion, and robotics solutions.
Scientists at the German University of Stuttgart have developed a new radar method that processes the reflections of a reference object without including the transmitted signal.
German and Swedish scientists have developed a method whereby the active ingredients of medication are released just in the diseased cells.
From 2021 on, the member states of the European Union will pay 80 cents per kilo of non-recyclable plastic packaging to the European Commission. What will be the effect of this?
Researchers from the Dutch University of Wageningen examined 340 kilos of waste that was washed ashore on the uninhabited Dutch Wadden island of Griend.
Researchers at BOKU Vienna have developed a unique global system that allows the simultaneous and accurate identification of 1400 contaminants in food within 42 minutes.
A researcher at the German Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and his partners have developed "porous liquids" that could replace energy-intensive distillation methods.
The European Parliament is outraged because Member States do not want to invest more money in innovation under the Horizon Fund. However, the corona fund and agricultural and cohesion funds also inves
The stem of the oyster mushroom was basically suited for use as cattle feed. But now it has also proved ideal in meat substitutes.