The Austrian energy company RAG has developed a method of producing natural gas naturally to store renewable energy.
The ENSURE Copernicus project at RWTH Aachen University in Germany plans to test five technologies in the coming years
Just like road traffic, shipping needs to become more sustainable. Research organization TNO is helping to find solutions
Each week, we follow up on one of our well-read stories. This week: turning sugar beets into protein using fermentation.
An Italian transplant foundation has commissioned the design of a sensor-equipped box for donor organs and tissues to improve organ transport.
How XYZ Dynamics slugged its way through corona times and now focuses on making airports sustainable
Eindhoven-based start-up XYZ Dynamics wants to electrify existing vans. Corona disrupted plans to enter the market, but a new market has since came into view.
According to a new study the cost of climate damage due to the use of fossil fuels in aviation in Europe through to 2050 outstrips the cost of a rapid switch to sustainable fuels.
Fibers from citrus pulp and other new organic fabrics are the future now that the textile world is moving towards sustainability.
Researchers are engineering a meat substitute that tastes and feels like the real thing. It's also sustainable as it adds no new agriculture.
Martien Visser takes a closer look at the IEA's Net-Zero scenario. "What if from 2040 onwards, climate change leads to prolonged winter periods with no wind in the North Sea?"
Cyberattacks are a major threat to companies. CyberSecurity Noord-Nederland helps entrepreneurs to better protect themselves.
Lubricating with water sounds like a contradiction. But not for Reintrieb: The start-up has developed an oil-free lubrication system for gearboxes.
Fraunhofer institutes ISI, ISE and IEG are expecting a German demand for hydrogen between 400 and 800 terawatt hours by 2050. This is according to a study commissioned by the national 'Wasserstoff.'
Every week we follow up on a well-read story on the website. This week: will windmills have no blades in the future?
During the Dutch Technology Week, many of the speakers unveiled surprising, innovative technologies that are being worked on in the Netherlands. An overview of the top 3.
Dutch Technology Week Talk: Start-ups share their story about starting and growing in Food-, Med- and High Tech
Starting and growing in tech is the focus all week long during the Dutch Technology Week. Start-ups in Med Tech, Food Tech and High Tech share their success stories.
European researchers have developed a new recycling process that enables high-quality polypropylene to be recovered from carpet waste for the first time.
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.
Venice is asking for help from businesses and institutions to tackle its sustainable development challenges such as flooding, overtourism and depopulation.
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?