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.
The goal of the government in Berlin is to become the global leader in the field of hydrogen, which in the eyes of Minister Peter Altmaier is indispensable for a carbon-neutral economy.
Getting the message of scientific research across to a wide audience in a clear and understandable way is difficult. Young researchers will take on that challenge during the FameLab competition.
Its wooden blades and green mast blend easily into the landscape: the Groningen windmill from EAZ Wind. The windmill is already being used by hundreds of farmers in the Netherlands.
Due to the corona measures, 16 Fe+male Tech Heroes spoke at an online conference about the importance of more diversity in the workplace. Among them was the rector magnificus of TU Eindhoven.
Students who have a great idea for making the world more sustainable, healthy or fair have a chance to win the title of 'most innovative student of the Netherlands'.
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
As part of the EU-funded FReSMe project, scientists are researching the possibility of producing the climate-friendly fuel methanol from the harmful climate gas CO2.
Researchers at the University of Glasgow have developed a new method to identify extraterrestrial life - by looking at the composition of molecules.
There is a lot going on in the field of mobility. New developments and innovations ought to shake up the market and accelerate the energy transition.
The University of Wageningen is using a voucher scheme to support new technologies that can contribute to circular agriculture. The first four vouchers are going to autonomous field robots.
Generating solar energy and growing microalgae all at the same time. Italy wants to demonstrate that it is possible to integrate two sustainable technologies.
A hotspot for drones, that's epitomizes the student team SyFly at TU Eindhoven. "Drones can contribute to a sustainable and liveable earth in a unique way."
Anyone can register again for the Science + Tech Online Quiz. The quiz will take place on June 3, 2021 during Dutch Technology week.
Some of these changes could completely reshape the environments in which people choose to live.
KIT researchers have succeeded in developing a new process that uses light and a photocatalytic membrane to remove micro-pollutants from water.
All over the world, shortages of IT personnel are continuing to rise. At the IT Academy Noord-Nederland, they came up with a solution to this problem by providing retraining.
For a more sustainable economy and to combat pollution researchers at TU Graz are developing bio-based, green alternatives to fossil raw materials.
An international team of scientists is working on the development of polymer foams made of cellulose, which are manufactured without plastic, as part of the EU "BreadCell" project.
Elestor brings in all its knowledge on its hydrogen bromine flow battery technology and Vopak is the largest independent tank storage provider specialized in the storage of chemicals and gasses.