Each week, we follow up on one of our well-read stories. This week: turning sugar beets into protein using fermentation.
Every week we follow up on a well-read story on the website. This week: will windmills have no blades in the future?
Every other week, sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra shares his thoughts on preserving the earth. This week: is an undersea cable network for green electricity on the way?
ETB Catalytic Technologies is working towards making the chemical industry more sustainable. The start-up produces in a green way butadiene, a component for synthetic rubber, among other things.
Each week, we follow up on a well-read story. This week: will blind people be able to see again in the future thanks to a brain implant?
Every other week we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at what catches his eye when it comes to making our Earth more sustainable. This week: How GDP is (not) linked to CO2
Not one, but four Dutch start-ups have won a trip to Silicon Valley. They will all get to follow a training program at Draper University this summer.
Every other week, sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra shares what catches his eye in making the earth more sustainable. This week: How a satellite will tell us more about particulate matter.
Each week we do a follow-up on a well-read story. This week: 3D printed houses, bridges and balconies. Will 3D printing turn the construction industry on its head?
Dutch manufacturing companies and knowledge institutions are working together within the EU project Market 4.0 to strengthen the high-tech supply chain.
Every other week, we ask sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra what catches his eye when it comes to making our earth more sustainable. This week: shouldn't we stop using bitcoin?
Each week we follow up on one of our best-read stories. This week: Will we all soon get personalized nutrition advice via artificial intelligence and technology?
Every other week we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at what catches his eye about the preservation of our earth. This week: how a nuclear power plant need not impede green energy.
Each week we follow up on a well-read story. This week space researcher Angelo Vermeulen and space entrepreneur Jeroen Rotteveel talk about a city on Mars.
Data journalist Jelmer Visser crosses borders every week with his map-coloring skills and data visualizations in his Corona in Europe column: This week: Talk is cheap, actions speak louder than words.
Technology has advanced to the point now where most people do not realize that the images have been tampered with when they quickly view these types of video.
Solar Team Eindhoven is going to tour Europe with their self-sufficient house on wheels. They want to draw attention to the energy transition and sustainable mobility and sustainable living this way.
Electric Auke: ‘It’s historic that England is first to halve its emissions, but there’s still plenty to do’
Every other week, we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at what's on his mind when it comes to making the earth more sustainable. This week: UK halves its emissions since 1990.
Each week, we follow up on a well-read story in this section. This week: will we get a clean combustion engine that runs on gas?
Dutch MP Kees Verhoeven: ‘Digitalization is a mega-topic, but it doesn’t get enough political attention’
According to the outgoing MP, it would be good if the Dutch government discussed digitalization plans each year as is done during annual general reviews.