For data storage on a molecular level, Radboud University in Nijmegen, Netherlands has succeeded in writing 'ones' and 'zeroes'.
The Dutch Delft University of Technology can help with smart computational methods to calculate the energy yield of a lot of buildings in urban environments.
Brackish water could provide a solution to meet the increase in demand for drinking water, but it could also improve how water is managed.
Researchers from the Dutch universities in Utrecht and Nijmegen have been successful: the trick is to keep the magnetic fluid containing waste stabilized when the magnetic field is more powerful.
View Post Many interesting start-ups have been presented here on IO over the past year. This is why we are reviewing a number of successful […]
With what has turned out to be another dry year so far, it seems that the water reservoir as a solution is more topical than […]
Localie earns money with things like online tours whereby locals can walk through their city and tell stories or give tips about Amsterdam, Paris, or […]
Business sites can be made much more sustainable by working together in the field of waste and residual materials. PulsUp does this, for example, by […]
Selenium deficiency may play an important role as to how illness progresses following an infection with COVID-19. The mineral can be found in fish and […]
Quite a few innovative solutions for tackling the coronavirus have implications for our privacy. Technology offers a lot of possibilities, but do we want that […]
The distance to be kept between each other when out walking, running and cycling ought to be much greater than the recommended one to two […]
There are times when you all of a sudden need a lot of energy. E.g., on a ship or on a construction site. But the […]
How do floating solar panels work in practice and what are the consequences for the environment? What is the influence of waves and wind on […]
For the very first time, a consignment of the innovative raw material Kaumera has been delivered. The Zutphen-based plant in The Netherlands supplied 20,000 liters […]
Do real space research from the comfort of your own home. Search for black holes. Because anyone can join the Lofar Radio Galaxy Zoo civilian […]
A nanosensor has been developed that can trace biomarkers for cancer in the blood that are difficult to detect. It is a scientific variant of […]
The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be evaluated this year. Yet it was originally drafted at a time when IoT, AI, smart sensors […]
Three-dimensional imitation tumors can help to test anti-cancer drugs more accurately. The 3D models can mimic a micro-environment which encounters cancer cells present in the […]
Volta Energy offers alternative equipment for off-grid locations such as events and construction sites. It provides a power supply using portable solar panels and battery […]
Kill two birds with one stone – to use a popular saying. That’s how the Rotterdam-based company Asbeter solves two problems at the same time. […]