Lightyear has announced a collaboration with the Dutch multinational SHV, supported by a strategic 20-million-euro investment, as part of its current funding round.
Technicians have designed a construction for roofing a highway with photovoltaic modules to show that the generation of solar power above flowing traffic also works.
Four scientists from the University of Helsinki have found a drug that can even attack the antibiotic-resistant MRSA bacteria in hospitals.
People in a number of German cities will soon be able to let a self-driving vehicle take them to their destination or transport goods and deliver packages.
ComMa is a method that TNO-ESI developed together with Philips and will soon be offered as an open source resource via the Eclipse Foundation.
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.
Belgian researchers have discovered a new mechanism in shock absorption that makes a shock absorber work better the harder the impact is.
According to a report published today by the European Patent Office (EPO) and the International Energy Agency (IEA), there is an urgent need to invest in clean technology.
The platform offers a combination of health diagnostics, digital coaching and offers personalized nutrition.
Narvalo wants face masks to transform from a protective product into an informative one, offering important insights into the user's breathing and the surrounding air quality.
Using a new method to monitor the water quality of reservoirs, developing countries can also monitor their freshwater reservoirs much more effectively.
Despite the pandemic, the overall number of European patent applications filed in 2020 was nearly on a par with the previous year.
Researchers from TU Eindhoven and Radboudumc have succeeded in growing a lifelike piece of bone tissue from human stem cells.
The organ chips that the hDMT consortium plans to develop will eventually enable a significant reduction in animal testing.
UV-C breaks down the DNA or RNA of microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses, thereby rendering them harmless.
The programm led to a case at the Netherlands Institute for Human Rights, which concluded last year that the program was not proportional.
The stability of the membrane based on saloplast also makes it very suitable for use in fuel cells. This material also repairs itself in saltwater.
VDL will build complete bathrooms, toilets and technical rooms in Friesland as of 2022 that will be installed in houses as ready-to-use modules on Van Wijnen construction sites.
Bi-directional charging of electric vehicles is an important component of the potential solutions aimed at achieving a flexible and future-proof electricity grid.
The Lumipol Group from Heeze in the Netherlands will be given a minority stake in this spin-off originating from the Eindhoven University of Technology for its investment of several million euros.