A group of European scientists has advanced biotechnological processes to recover critical metals and sulfate from mine waters
Every other week, sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra shares what catches his eye in making the earth more sustainable. This week: how Auke aims to make science useful to society sooner.
19 companies and research institutes are going to build an installation together that will magically transform Arabian seawater into delicious drinking water. And inexpensively too.
How to manage the growth of digital traffic and still conserve energy. This is what ESI (TNO) advises the Metropolitan Region of Amsterdam on, among other matters.
With 45 gigawatts of power, the partnership between Germany's Svevind and Kazakhstan's National Investment Company is expected to create one of the world''s largest green power and hydrogen projects.
Do recycled car batteries perform as well as batteries used for the first time? A new storage facility in the Navarra region in Spain should provide the answer.
Basic molecules as ingredients in medicines, among others, can be made more sustainable in Europe using flow chemistry, contends Rinus Broxterman CTO of InnoSyn.
Scientists have succeeded in making oxygen from sunlight, water and semiconducting polymers. It could mark a major breakthrough for the production of solar fuel.
A report released this week shows that generating renewable energy is increasingly more affordable than energy generated from fossil fuels.
With its sustainable catering, solar panels on the roof and good housekeeping, FC Groningen takes its exemplary role very seriously. The stadium is ready for new rules concerning disposable plastic.
Geologists have closely studied the causes of volcanic eruptions. This way they hope to be able to better detect possible signs of an eruption in the future and predict eruptions.
The EU-funded PERTPV project is building a new type of solar cell based on perovskite. The result should be higher-performance, more sustainable and efficient solar modules
Researchers at ETH Zurich in Switzerland have found an "unexpectedly high number of substances of potential concern" in plastics used in plastic manufacturing
Start-up HelloWater seeks to do something about the sewage problems in Belgium’s rural areas with a simple approach, but it also has international ambitions.
An advertising sign that doesn't use any energy and gives off light in the dark. This almost magical technology is what start-up Lusoco is bringing to the market.
Economic after-use of lithium car batteries would be possible, but has so far failed due to open safety issues. The Graz University of Technology in Austria is researching the parameters.
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.