Investors are mainly interested in (bio)technological and medical start-ups that have a proven business model. This is apparent in the latest Venture Pulse report from KPMG.
An experimental naval ship that runs on hydrogen, among other resources, will be launched in the Mediterranean this year. The ship is the first of its kind.
By establishing a permanent pandemic clinic, the Netherlands will be prepared for the next pandemic. Construction can begin as far as a consortium of companies is concerned.
Monday sees the birth of Europe's largest automobile manufacturer. Fiat is giving the newly born company an idea of what the future holds.
An Italian company is offering sustainably-produced stabilized flowers that last for years and which reduce their CO2 footprint.
A worldwide race is underway to find a method that speeds up medical diagnostics, makes them more convenient and cheaper. Spanish start-up Droplite is one of the contenders aiming to enter the market.
Aeson is a temporary solution for patients who are awaiting a heart transplant. The French company Airbus has a role in its development.
The future of mobility is on the horizon. Lots of European companies in particular are ready to launch their flying taxis, including the Spanish company AAM.
A hydrogen-powered yacht with an underwater observation dome is the future of eco-friendly recreational boating.
Catalonia has rapidly become a major European hub for digital innovation and biomedical technology. But the future lies in industrial technology.
In 2021, an Italian company is set to introduce flexible neuroelectrodes for 'neuromonitoring' during tumor surgery. That makes it one step ahead of the American Neuralink from Elon Musk.
For the first time in the history of skiing, there will be no diesel cloud hanging above the slopes this Sunday before the start of the World Cup. All thanks to a snow groomer that runs on hydrogen.
Behavioral scientists have developed a deep learning tool that enables the study of animal movements and poses in real time.
Europe occupies a rising position worldwide in terms of investments in the technology sector. This year, €34 billion in new money will be invested, in part thanks to the shift to digital solutions.
A face mask that constantly sterilizes itself is the solution for those who really want to take to the streets safely. It also helps to reduce waste.
Innovation is sometimes just a matter of making small improvements. A simple application with sensors and a computer watch offers great advantages for deaf people.
Adidas and H&M are taking part in a trial to create a circular recycling model for the clothing industry.
The French and British navies will be the first in the world to use an unmanned system for removing mines. The construction of the system, which has already been tested at sea, is to start this year.
Research led by the Italian University of Trieste has developed a material that is capable of synthesizing molecules. This could be hugely important in making the chemical industry more sustainable.
A study of microbes on some of Leonardo da Vinci's drawings should lead to a systematic mapping out of these enemies of centuries-old paper.