The 'sustainable' consumer who wants to know the environmental impact of a food product on the climate can now turn to an app to find out. For now, it's only available to Brexiters.
Is oat milk really better than real milk for the environment? A climate footprint generator can tell you
Danish scientists have developed a climate footprint generator to help people with the environmental impact of their day to day decisions.
New devices are being developed that can track your brain activity on the go. These will help personalized treatments for brain disorders.
Scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute and the BTU Cottbus develop small wind turbines and tanks enabling everyone to produce hydrogen in his own backyard.
Jan van der Tempel's system can compensate for the movements of a ship against an offshore wind turbine. He has now been nominated for the Innovation Prize presented by the European Patent Office.
The German Fraunhofer Institute has developed a 3D printed ring with an integrated chip that makes keys and wallets obsolete. The biggest innovation, however, lies in the manufacturing process.
The Delft University of Technology has developed a living organic 3D-printed material that could serve as a sustainable energy source on Mars or other planets.
Everybody wants to be somewhere at the same time, with the same means of transport. The result: congestion everywhere, lots of frustration and higher costs. Turnn wants to change that.
The first 3D-printed house is a fact! Today the first tenants of the special house in Eindhoven will be given the key.
Italy is changing tack. If the European Commission approves it, Italy will completely change its digital and energy infrastructure within six years.
An investment round led by Invest-NL and supported by existing shareholders BOM Brabant Ventures, Innovation Industries and private investor TCIM will help the MedTech company grow.
Avatar Therapy is a new way to treat auditory hallucinations by personifying them in the form of an avatar so patients can learn to confront and deal with them.
In the Catharina Hospital in Eindhoven, the first patient in the Netherlands was implanted with this new subcutaneous heart monitor. In the coming months, this will also happen elsewhere.
Save Plastics are building a recycling plant for mixed plastics. In Almere, they will turn plastic waste into building blocks for houses.
Belgian researchers have discovered a new mechanism in shock absorption that makes a shock absorber work better the harder the impact is.
An Empa researcher and her team are trying to figure out how to tell if a self-driving car has gone "blind" and its sensors need replacing.
Making the decision to move to a new country can be so exciting and inspiring, yet there are many dangers and risks that threaten to ruin your experience and even put you in harm's way.
German researchers have developed a new method that can analyze blood samples on site faster and cheaper - without sending them to a lab.
Researchers at the Technical University of Cologne are developing an advanced drone-based system to help save people from drowning in unguarded waters as part of the GUARDIAN project.
The future of the mining industry is increasingly determined by the role technological innovations are playing in it. Drones and 3D printing are just a few of those developments.