An Italian company is offering sustainably-produced stabilized flowers that last for years and which reduce their CO2 footprint.
German and Japanese scientists have succeeded in taking a big step towards the goal of converting waste heat into electricity with small temperature differences.
German researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE have developed methods to produce photovoltaic systems with a homogeneous and brightly colored surface.
Every other week we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at what catches his eye when it comes to making our earth more sustainable. This week: more money does not make you happy.
The AI4B.io Lab will serve as a laboratory for artificial intelligence to promote bio-based innovation.
The Netherlands must be CO2 neutral by 2050. But there is no coordinated plan to switch to sustainable energy. That is why the Eindhoven University of Technology is developing digital models.
At The Business Booster trade fair for start-ups, it transpired that energy generated from ocean waves and the sun's rays via magnifying glasses is quite affordable and suitable for use in industry.
U.S. Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kammen is calling for a worldwide end to the subsidization of oil and gas companies.
Scientists have found a new method to selectively 'fish' salts such as phosphorus and potassium out of water.
Wooden pallets are a thing of the past if it is up to start-up Yellow Pallet. The company makes pallets from banana fiber. This is more sustainable and prevents deforestation.
If biogenic waste materials from industry is to be used to generate green biogas, then bark and sewage sludge are showing promise, say researchers at the Vienna University of Technology.
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.
This week, entrepreneur Andy Lürling - who has been in business for more than 17 years - talks about how he was once steered in the wrong direction with well-intentioned advice.
“We would like to know whose drone is flying – from where, to where, on what path and altitude – just like with planes, only closer to the ground”
Arko van Brakel booked success with the first ready-made internet package in the 1990s. Hugely innovative back then. He is now director of Cleantech Regio, where he supports start-ups.
During the official award ceremony on 20 January it will be announced who is the winner of the third edition and will take off with 35,000 euros
The Protein Brewery has developed a formula that's ready for the future: "If we were to double the sugar acreage now, we would no longer need animals at all for our proteins"
Sennay Ghebreab, a neuroinformatician at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands and founder of the Civic AI Lab, firmly believes in the positive power of algorithms.
According to a Danish scientist, forest conservation, agricultural development and poverty reduction are issues that are inextricably linked and therefore need to be tackled together.
Richard Straver, founder of Online Payment Platform and entrepreneur for more than sixteen years, explains why he consciously chose not to become a director of his company.