Range anxiety, a common feeling among drivers of electric cars, will soon be over for good, Carlo van de Weijer claims in his new column.
Producing synthetic kerosene, also called e-fuel, will be a huge economic activity in the next decades. One day, it will be cheaper to make fuel than to pump and refine oil, Maarten Steinbuch says.
To extend the ranges of e-cars, scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute are developing inverters that convert energy more efficiently than before between battery and engine
Everybody wants to be somewhere at the same time, with the same means of transport. The result: congestion everywhere, lots of frustration and higher costs. Turnn wants to change that.
Belgian researchers have discovered a new mechanism in shock absorption that makes a shock absorber work better the harder the impact is.
An Empa researcher and her team are trying to figure out how to tell if a self-driving car has gone "blind" and its sensors need replacing.
Making the decision to move to a new country can be so exciting and inspiring, yet there are many dangers and risks that threaten to ruin your experience and even put you in harm's way.
To improve safety for cyclists, we don't need a helmet obligation, Carlo van de Weijer says in his column. More and wider bicycle paths would be a better solution.
Thanks to a new drilling technology, the digging of the deepest borehole in Europe is set to begin in Finland. It is meant to be a forerunner of the world's longest undersea railway tunnel.
TNO has joined the consortium HIGFLY - a project aimed at creating alternative fuel sources to keep flying sustainable.
By 2030, 100% of new cars sold in the Netherlands must be electric. According to Maarten Steinbuch, it can be done faster.
Porsche Engineering is breaking new ground by using game engines from the gaming industry as well as artificial intelligence to develop new, intelligent vehicles of the future.
New aircraft are increasingly made of composite. But the aviation maintenance market was actually not yet prepared for this. The DCMC is changing that.
A whole fleet of electric airplanes, good charging infrastructure and a lightning-fast process for passengers at the airport. CEO of Eindhoven Airport, Roel Hellemons, thinks it's a great idea.
Specialists from the MosTransProekt Research Institute in Moscow have developed the first Russian-made autonomous vehicle.
The Dutch city of Groningen was designated as the site to test the Hyperloop: a tubular transport system where people or goods travel at speeds of up to 700 kph through a low-pressure network.
A group of scientists from the University of Klagenfurt in Austria is investigating how joint vehicle routing by competing companies could permanently change the logistics industry.
Elon Musk's achievements contribute a lot to a better mobile future. But that won't be a future with lots of robotaxis.
Within a year, secure and accurate laser communication between airplanes and satellites will be possible. This is thanks to a pan-European project called UltraAir.
A number of Dutch airports are going to jointly research regular scheduled flights with electric aircraft within the Netherlands and Europe as a way to connect regions.