Groningen set the shovels in the ground yesterday and opened the first Dutch test network for hydrogen.
Smaller chips, higher production, even more precision: Intel is the first client for ASML’s next phase in EUV systems
For ASML, 2021 was a strong growth year in a dynamic environment. The company expects even stronger demand in 2022, resulting in 20% revenue growth.
German climate minister addresses the gigantic backlog in green electricity. The proportion must rise from 42 percent to 80 percent within eight years.
The Dutch are leading the way in digital financial services, yet still have plenty of barriers where culture, privacy and market size are concerned before the robot banker gets the room it needs now.
In order to combat the shortages in technical professions, a Dutch education platform has developed a method aimed at retraining non-technical people to become progammers.
Floating Students aims to solve the student housing shortage by converting decommissioned river barges into apartments.
Energy supplier Vattenfall and German manufacturer Schaeffler both have plans to generate electricity at sea for the production of green hydrogen.
Scientists at Technion synthesized a crystal material able to self-heal.
Using a 24-hour hackathon, teams figured out how to get women and young people enthusiastic about careers in Health and High Tech.
With specially developed digital biomarkers, you can measure a patient's health more objectively. This allows doctors to get a better picture of a patient.
Eindhoven-based start-up is working on real-time monitoring of walking routes, audience and employee detection, facial blurring, determination of the right harvest moment and object recognition.
In order to get an overview of the IT & Data Science sector, Brabantse Ontwikkelings Maatschappij (BOM) conducted an in-depth study. The province appears to be strong in training IT talent.
"The amount of IT & data graduates together with the upward trend in the number of students starting and succeeding was really an eye-opener for us," says researcher Guido Leestemaker.
RWTH Aachen has a premiere with the first ever E-truck intended for driving on highways using overhead power lines. Germany has three test tracks, Sweden one. Cost remains a major issue.
South Korea has by far the most robots due to its high number of automobile and electronics manufacturers. But robots are gaining traction. Robot Federation IFR therefore expects the boom to persist.
An Italian technology where data is "pulverized" and can only be reconstituted by the owner of the data seems like an advance in "morally good" AI.
Every day, we put a start-up in the spotlight. Today, it is the Israeli Buildots, a start-up that has developed AI-driven helmets to create an overview of the construction process in a dashboard.
Cotton farming consumes scarce freshwater resources. Salt water, on the other hand, is available in large quantities. So why not use it for textile supply chains?
The shoe recycling machine made by Fastfeetgrinded makes it possible to produce completely circular shoes. But so far only in the color brown.
HeatVentors developed a technology that is able to store energy in a more efficient way, saving space and optimizing the use of cooling and heating systems.