The future of the mining industry is increasingly determined by the role technological innovations are playing in it. Drones and 3D printing are just a few of those developments.
Swiss battery company HPB has developed the world's first solid-state battery whose core is the result of a chemical reaction
According to a report published today by the European Patent Office (EPO) and the International Energy Agency (IEA), there is an urgent need to invest in clean technology.
The Nijmegen bridge project was not a textbook example of fast and flexible completion of a construction project. Yet that is precisely what is expected from 3D printing technology in the future.
"Today you might claim that something can't be done; tomorrow you'll see possibilities," says Frank Kuijpers, SABIC's corporate sustainability manager. This Thursday, he will give a virtual lecture.
This year, the Dutch king is celebrating his birthday in the city where creativity and technical ingenuity go hand in hand, Eindhoven. Read about how the city is making it a digital celebration.
A start-up in Delft is growing microalgae in photobioreactors, refining it into a superfood, and bottling it as a naturally blue tonic.
Energy islands in the North Sea: good news for the climate and an opportunity for Dutch entrepreneurs
With new islands and green production platforms, TNO is working on the hubs for our future sustainable energy supply. We've put all the plans and ambitions in perspective.
The SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus uses the natural green and yellow pigments biliverdin and bilirubin of bruises to cunningly hide from the immune system.
Not all mistakes are the same. A culture that sanctions rather than tolerates unavoidable and unforeseeable errors suppresses any creativity and willingness to innovate.
Avid twitterer Eugène Franken is fast approaching 10,000 followers. He writes about the secret of a good tweet and wonders out loud if tweets also contribute to innovation.
‘The ultimate Silicon Valley accelerator experience’ for an energetic founder with a scaleable Dutch start-up
Draper’s Silicon Summer Pitch Prize competition is the result of a partnership between LUMO Labs, Draper University and LUMO Labs’ local ecosystem partners Braventure and High Tech Campus Eindhoven.
Adventurer, mountaineer and polar explorer Wilco van Rooijen has stood on the world's highest peaks. But working from peak to peak is difficult, "because you are down in the valley most of the time."
Climate alderman Rik Thijs wonders if taking sustainability measures is too complicated, or whether the positive effects may be too invisible.
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.
Dutch manufacturing companies and knowledge institutions are working together within the EU project Market 4.0 to strengthen the high-tech supply chain.
Is the history of technology boring? ‘No. It took a while, but even the Dutch see it as part of their culture now’
The Philips Museum is premiering a series of mini lectures on the history of technology during the Dutch Technology Week 2021.
BOM, Brainport Development and Rabobank are working together to increase the innovative strength and earning capacity of medical technology companies in Brabant.
Determining the spatial pattern of gene expression in the body without the use of microscopes can confidently be called a marvelous discovery.
Campus Groningen no longer wants to be modest, books its first success with half a billion in funding
Campus Groningen is a prime location with lots of innovative start-ups that have long kept themselves under the radar. The recently established Campus Community Fund is helping them come to the fore.