The world is running out of water – but that isn’t inevitable. Novel technology is helping us reclaim and reuse water in new ways.
Nobody likes blood tests. But they are the best way to monitor our health. Now a Lithuanian start-up is trying to bring blood tests to you.
Amsterdam's historic quay walls collapsed last year. While a tragedy at the time, the rebuild provides an opportunity to produce green energy.
For those who survive a heart attack, the road to recovery is long. A new stem cell therapy can repair and help prevent heart failure.
Researchers are engineering a meat substitute that tastes and feels like the real thing. It's also sustainable as it adds no new agriculture.
Biochar might be the answer to becoming carbon-negative. A new project is studying its efficacy as a way to capture and store C02 underground.
Dutch bicycle demand is way up. It is now 5th in the world for bicycle manufacturing and 70 new cycling shops have opened in 2021 alone.
A new prosthetic leg built for exercise mean an improved lifestyle for active amputees. Now, you don't have to be in the Olympics to have one.
Researchers from Technical University Denmark developed a tiny robot that can harvest valuable chemicals from plant cells.
TNO and Aircision have successfully tested the first long distance, cable free internet in the Netherlands.
When leaves fall on tracks, they can make things slippery. A retrofittable device for train brakes fixes this using electromagnetics.
The Dutch quantum photonics company, QuiX, have just sold a plug-and-play quantum processor. It will power a quantum computer in 2022.
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh have developed a laser that can detect issues in donated livers before they are transplanted.
Researchers at the University of Glasgow created a technology that creates 3D images out of echoes - just like Batman.
A start-up in Denmark have developed an antenna that allows people, especially in poorer regions, to monetize off of their unused bandwidth.
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.
EPFL researchers have developed a hydrogel that forms within a soft tissue tear or laceration and uses ultraviolet light to bind it together.
New devices are being developed that can track your brain activity on the go. These will help personalized treatments for brain disorders.
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.
Save Plastics are building a recycling plant for mixed plastics. In Almere, they will turn plastic waste into building blocks for houses.