Italy has taken a step toward wave energy in the Mediterranean. The many Italian islands in particular can benefit from this form of renewable energy.
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.
70-year-old Carlo Abbà started a "factory" that sets up start-ups from scratch. He uses storytelling as a conduit for experience.
A micro-donation for a charity while paying at a checkout is one way to fund development projects. A conversation with Worldoo.
Charity's impact on solving problems is difficult to measure. An innovative platform measures charities according to their effectiveness, so that a donor can make the best choice.
Recently published books on innovation and technology include China, maverick CEOs versus unflappable venture investors, and the end of Silicon Valley.
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.
This year a record $100 billion will be invested in technology companies in Europe. The European continent is now on par with the U.S. in terms of investment in start-ups.
A biodegradable ‘velcro' plaster to treat plant foliage appears to be a breakthrough in precision agriculture.
What would be more logical than using the rain from your own gutter to flush your toilet. A Danish project shows that this can be done on a large scale.
A sensor on steel bridges designed to detect fatigue cracks and monitor the progression of this damage. That's the headline-making feat of a Delft start-up in the Netherlands.
A Chinese electric car manufacturer is going to set up battery swap stations in Europe. But does the swappable battery really have a future?
In the European capital with possibly the worst public transport on the roads and railroads, air transport is about to break through. The first 'taxidrone' was presented today in Rome.
The EU has used the pandemic as a way to fast-track Europe's sustainability. Italy is benefiting the most. The main challenge is to spend the money as effectively as possible and cut down on red tape.
Fleet operators were supposedly reluctant to switch to electric vehicles. But it turns out that there are no real objections. Consequently, the number of electric leased cars is rapidly increasing.
The British energy company INEOS is investing heavily in onshore electrolysis projects aimed at making green hydrogen. Other major European energy giants are also investing heavily in green hydrogen.
The mission of the Netherlands' most innovative agricultural entrepreneur is that his colleagues also switch to systematic precision agriculture. This is good for the consumer and the environment
Spanish researchers have succeeded in developing a technology for the production of renewable hydrogen from the direct use of solar energy in a process known as photoeletrocatalysis.
The European Union is on the right track in electrifying the transport sector. However, in order to progress together, the European Union must quickly adopt its climate goals into law.