European researchers want to get hybrid-electric aircraft off the ground. Their path leads via the structural battery, which will be demonstrated for the first time for an aviation application.
Every other week we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at what catches his eye about the preservation of our earth. This week: how a nuclear power plant need not impede green energy.
Italy's transition to full sustainability is in the hands of Roberto Cingolani. We asked this Minister of Ecological Transition if European recovery funds are being well spent.
It’s important to ask what problems society will face in the future and what steps we should be taking to resolve these issues.
Economic commodities such as fuels and chemicals are increasingly being produced sustainably. This is a big step towards a circular economy. ChainCraft is working hard to become a major player in this
Students from the Eindhoven University of Technology are building three sustainable and affordable social housing homes in collaboration with companies from the Dutch Brainport region
Researchers at the Technical University of Cologne have developed a "combimulcher" that can crush crop residues to varying degrees, mixing them back into the soil in a single operation.
The future of sustainable, carbon-free, energy revolves around energy storage. This is according to Peter Fraenkel, the inventor of underground energy storage using gravity.
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.
A solar microgrid consists of electrical loads, generators, storage batteries, and a solar photovoltaic systems. With it, you no longer have to rely on utility companies for electricity..
Each week we follow up on a well-read story. This week space researcher Angelo Vermeulen and space entrepreneur Jeroen Rotteveel talk about a city on Mars.
A self-repairing composite comes as a godsend now that composite polymer materials are widely used and the environment must be protected.
What if urban environments more closely resembled actual jungles instead of concrete jungles? This Amsterdam start-up is working to make that a reality.
Rearchers in Norway are developing an open-source app that can automize the registration of plastics, building a model about pollution trends.
Fraunhofer Institute scientists conduct research with partners on reusable, biological plastics for storing cleaning agents and agricultural soil additives.
As of today, in addition to the parliamentary cabinet in The Hague, the Netherlands also has a student cabinet. They want to put research and education on the map as the path to a better future.
It was announced this week that the NEW consortium will receive €8 million from the Dutch government to realize its water technology goals.
CO2-neutral living and working is a goal for many people. But how do you achieve it? We need the tools to make it work in practice.
Each week, we follow up on one of the best-read stories. This week Leif Asp, professor at Chalmers University and head of a research project on energy storage in plastic.