The German solar car Sono is on course for launch in 2022. As of now, the cart can be ordered at a competitive price of 25,000 euros.
In one of the first sessions, American venture capitalists gave tips to Dutch start-ups at the online Consumer Electronics Show.
According to researchers at the Max-Planck Institute in Germany, it is impossible to program an algorithm that can detect whether or not a superintelligent AI might harm the world.
The AI4B.io Lab will serve as a laboratory for artificial intelligence to promote bio-based innovation.
The Fraunhofer Institute in Dresden has developed a 3D scanner that enables cars to look 200 meters into the distance.
Fraunhofer makes insulation material from a mixture of green waste and living fungi that are then killed in a kiln at the end of the process.
Apart from a lot of misery, the corona crisis also yields plenty of new insights into the treatment of other diseases.
Berlin start-up Xolo has developed The Xube in collaboration with two German universities, a new type of "volumetric" 3D printer.
UCL hopes the test will minimize the damage caused by age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
The German federal state of Brandenburg is becoming more and more a center for sustainable energy.
H2Fly is competing against British ZeroAvia with its hydrogen-powered HY4 aircraft in the race for emission-free aviation.
Hydrogen cars are dying a slow death in Europe. Althpugh expectations remain high for trucks, buses, trains, ships and airplanes.
The Finnish energy group wants to create a recycling cluster for batteries used in electric cars in Harjavalta.
With lectures from Katleen Gabriels, Marko Jelicic and Annelien German and documentaries about Oliver Sacks, discriminatory facial recognition and Deep Brain Stimulation.
The Dutch company SALD expects to be able to provide batteries with an ultra-thin layer that makes batteries three times more powerful by 2022 or 2023 at the earliest.
Commissioned by the German chemical group Basf, the technique for automatic image recognition will be further perfected over the coming years.
Within 3 to 4 years, the tiny Greek island of Astypalaia will be freed as far as possible from anything that runs on petrol, diesel or gas.
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.