The software program Station Connector from the German Fraunhofer Institute IPA works as a kind of translation machine.
The Fraunhofer Institute IKTS has developed a membrane that is capable of separating hydrogen and natural gas through the gas grid after transport.
Growing Underground in London is one of the largest underground vertical farms in the world that is controlled entirely by a digital twin at the University of Cambridge.
The mattress from British start-up CaldiScope is stacked with sensors that have learned to signal if someone has been in one position for too long that can cause lesions.
Chalmers University of Technology says it has developed a material that serves as a good battery and construction material at the same time for such things as electric cars or bicycles.
The Dutch bank ABN Amro will be the first to use the 'self healing security’ software, which is based on the human body's own immune system.
People coming out of intensive care benefit from good monitoring. Dutch TU/e and the Catharina Hospital have developed a smart camera that can do this.
At TU Eindhoven, they see great potential for revolutionary internal combustion engine that is not only highly efficient, but clean as well.
Lasers are proving extremely effective at keeping wild ducks and geese at a safe distance from poultry farms and could be a big help in the fight against the bird flu virus.
The factory from Haldor Topsøe is due to be completed in 2023. In the meantime, there is also close cooperation with the Saudi mega-project NEOM through the 'Dutch connection.'
Canopus technology for "targeted steel shot drilling" should enable a higher generation of geothermal energy at a lower cost.
The corona crisis has widened educational disparities. ASML workers are stepping in to help with tutoring in science subjects like math and physics. It's hoped that more companies will follow.
Dutch energy research center DIFFER and Swiss EPFL have developed a new control system to cool hydrogen particles before they reach the wall.
The investment in engineering firm Modvion shows how seriously the Danes see a future for wooden wind turbines.
The Kingfish Company is installing a new lighting system from Signify to help significantly expand production in the Netherlands.
Semiconductors temporarily take on a metallic property when flashed with laser light and conduct better as a result.
According to a study by the European Patent Office, companies that have their own intellectual property experience much faster growth in revenues and higher earnings for their employees.
The 'POWERPASTE' from the Fraunhofer Institute suddenly makes hydrogen a potential alternative for smaller electric vehicles.
Air-One® is to become the first of 200 "mobile airports" for passenger and cargo traffic in the United Kingdom.
Dutch TNO calls for a traffic and transport policy that is less nailed down and offers more opportunities for technological innovations.