Less damage to organs and a greater chance of survival after a heart attack. That's the commitment of the Dutch start-up CardiacBooster.
Ferrari's choice of Benedetto Vigna as its new CEO signals that the world's most famous car brand has definitely set out on the path of technological innovation.
For those who survive a heart attack, the road to recovery is long. A new stem cell therapy can repair and help prevent heart failure.
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?"
There is hope for patients with advanced breast cancer. An innovative medicine that attacks tumors very precisely is in the final stages of development.
Cyberattacks are a major threat to companies. CyberSecurity Noord-Nederland helps entrepreneurs to better protect themselves.
A study at Saarland University has shown that a combination with active ingredients from Astrazeneca and Biontech/Pfizer appears to be the best combination.
The world of car insurances is about to change dramatically, Carlo van de Weijer writes. But this is not because of the growth in autonomous driving.
A state-of-the-art factory in Dresden combines artificial intelligence with the " Internet of Things". The goal is to produce complex semiconductors for the automotive industry.
A team of international researchers has found that autistic children who grow up bilingual can compensate for certain basic deficits better than monolingual children.
Lubricating with water sounds like a contradiction. But not for Reintrieb: The start-up has developed an oil-free lubrication system for gearboxes.
Using satellite data, German researchers have produced over several years detailed maps of what agricultural land use looks like in Germany for the first time.
An international group of researchers sees France as the big winner in the European soccer championship. But England and Spain may also have a chance.
The University of Cambridge sees it not only as a technical discovery, but also one that can lead to a more sustainable form of data storage.
Future prospects for kidney patients: from a portable dialysis device to a fully implantable artificial organ
Research by imec at Holst Centre and the Dutch Kidney Foundation opens the door to new solutions
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.'
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