Our society is being digitized at a rapid pace. The question is to what extent technology will not only support but also determine our lives, columnist Maarten Steinbuch writes.
Researchers from various institutes have studied for the first time how much micro- and macroplastic ends up in agricultural soils - and from which sources the plastic originates.
Within the Vitality Living Lab project, companies and organizations are working on innovations to get people moving more. "We need to move from health care to taking care of health."
The Netherlands has an extremely strong position in the semiconductor industry. But it can do even better. TNO wants to expand its role as a catalyst for innovation and connector of the ecosystem.
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 EU-funded e-ferry project has developed a new all-electric and pollution-free car ferry that could soon replace traditionally diesel-powered ferries.
Significant climate gains to be made by accelerating ban on sale of cars with internal combustion engines
A study by Sweden's Chalmers University has once again shown that electric cars really are better for the climate, but work still needs to be done when it comes to battery production.
Frits van Hout looks back on the first ten years of the annual Festival of Technology. "That urge to work together applies to our entire region, but very specifically to us as a DTW team."
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.
Each week, we follow up on a well-read story. This week: will blind people be able to see again in the future thanks to a brain implant?
Achieving sustainable change requires a government that uses stimulus packages not to perpetuate the old, but to enforce the new, Bart Brouwers claims.
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.
Dutch Technology Week showcases possibilities for professional and vocational graduates in industries of the future
It is time that we stopped seeing men as the standard, both in science and practice, our columnist Eveline van Zeeland writes.
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.
Italian researchers are close to developing the 'vaccine pill'. This could considerably speed up the vaccination program against Covid-19.
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.
Each week, Data journalist Jelmer Visser sheds light on the corona crisis across Europe on a subnational level. But for how long? If the numbers are to be believed, it is almost over....
Two French multinationals are building a Big Data platform in the field of defense that will give France a leading role in Europe.
Researchers from Technical University Denmark developed a tiny robot that can harvest valuable chemicals from plant cells.