A group of researchers from Berlin has developed a new kind of photon microscope that can be of great value to microbiology.
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 Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research says in a study that drained peatlands are one of the main causes of climate change. Even worse than aviation.
In collaboration with the Hörmann company, the Fraunhofer Institute has developed double glazing that remains intact even in extreme heat.
The 0.003 millimeter long 'microswimmer' can swim half an hour in the dark when exposed to light for 30 seconds
Universities of Uppsala and Mainz are working separately on a drug against the covid-19 virus. The Swedish medicine is aimed at slowing down the virus, the German medicine is focused on prevention.
The German Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena has developed a Redox-Flow battery that is more environmentally friendly than its predecessors and more resistant to high temperatures.
Next Friday the first stretch of road will be constructed in Vlissingen with asphalt that uses plant-based material called lignin to replace petroleum-based bitumen.
The Geological Survey of the Netherlands (GDN) has collected data on pollution deep under Dutch ground and is making it open to the public starting this week.
German Aerospace Center DLR spearheads a four-year project to perfect the "U-Shift", an autonomous electric vehicle that can be transformed from a passenger van into a truck in no time.
Lilium. a company which is designing flying taxis, is partnering up with the German airports of Düsseldorf and Cologne/Bonn for flights to nearby cities within a 30-minute radius.
Researchers have developed a game computer that draws its energy from the movements of the user and solar cells.
Swedish and German researchers see opportunities for new therapies that improve the functioning of brain cells and counteract degeneration
The aim is to build even larger and more efficient rotor blades with a diameter of well over 200 meters which are also affordable for offshore wind energy.
Researchers from the UK and the Netherlands have made a new discovery in the area of liquid crystals, commonly used in LCD screens.
TU Munich and the German Space Institute DLR carry out successful tests with satellites using perovskite and organic solar cells.
Dutch research institute TNO will supply key optical equipment for the European Sentinel-5 satellite, which will monitor the earth's atmosphere for air pollution and emissions from 2022 onwards.
With the Izera, Poland aims to build an affordable electric car that is able to compete with the rest of the world.
As of 2022, there will be an actual pitstop in Formula E racing where the battery will be recharged in 30 seconds.
The German Max-Planck institute has designed the lightest mirror in the world that can be used for further developing quantum computers.