A design for an adaptive mirror by TNO that can aid telescopes better photograph space has been approved for the European Solar Telescope.
Specialists from the MosTransProekt Research Institute in Moscow have developed the first Russian-made autonomous vehicle.
A Dutch seismic imaging company are using gravitational wave research to develop a sensor that could be used in the space revolution.
Lotus Microsystems have created ‘the world’s smallest power converter’ made of silicone and recently announced it is ready for market.
A report by Deloitte outlines the feasibility of battery and hydrogen powered aviation as leading way to become climate neutral by 2050.
This Norway based start-up is using wearable technoloy to protect the most valuable assets on a marine vessel - the mariners themselves.
A practical problem online concerns one’s online identity. Verified accounts have issues with privacy - a problem a digital token might solve.
What if urban environments more closely resembled actual jungles instead of concrete jungles? This Amsterdam start-up is working to make that a reality.
Rearchers in Norway are developing an open-source app that can automize the registration of plastics, building a model about pollution trends.
Autonomous drones are now delivering Samsung products in Ireland via the start-up, Manna. The partnership is the first of its kind.
Technology outfitted on the robot includes 3D computer vision, location and mapping capabilities, and sonar technology to avoid obstacles.
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.
With this clearance, Sirius Medical can now provide an alternative to other more invasive methods of imaging during oncological surgery.
The ability to create IoT applications was previously only available to coders. OpenRemote extends that power to managers from many sectors.
Using simple, yet, effective methods, this Amsterdam-based start-up is bringing marine life back to our man-made waterways and dams.
Samantha Bunyan, co-founder at Cecence, has just won an award for climate change innovation. This is her story.
The new capital will be used towards R&D and scaled production of their single-chip Photonic Integrated Circuit.