The European Union is on the right track in electrifying the transport sector. However, in order to progress together, the European Union must quickly adopt its climate goals into law.
CoMoveIT, a spin-off of KU Leuven, has developed a smart wheelchair that uses sensors and artificial intelligence (AI). It is the first start-up from the Bruges campus.
EU Scores, a partnership of European companies and research institutions, is going to combine various energy generation techniques in a park on the North Sea.
Belgian scientists from the University of Ghent (UGent) have developed a multifunctional agricultural robot that makes genuine sustainable farming much easier. The robot works the […]
In the Belgian recreational area Blaarmeersen, many people have to pee every day. This is now being collected and reused as rinse water and fertilizer.
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.
Belgian researchers have discovered a new mechanism in shock absorption that makes a shock absorber work better the harder the impact is.
A video game paired with a fitness device is yielding very encouraging results for elderly people with dementia, according to a study by KU Leuven and ETH Zurich.
ML6, a Belgian company specializing in artificial intelligence and machine learning, is launching an application that can tell when someone is not wearing a face mask.
Autonomous inland shipping is coming closer thanks to 3D sonar sensors. These sensors work in a similar way to the echolocation that bats use to manoeuvre safely through their surroundings.
Sertraline slows down the production of certain amino acids. This makes it possible to fight cancer without harming healthy cells.
Researchers at KU Leuven in Belgium have developed a system whereby AI uses brainwaves to determine precisely who someone with a hearing problem can listen to.
Service robots that have to work with people are more at risk than industrial robots. That is why they will soon be able to heal themselves.
"We want to demonstrate that this technology is playing a pioneering role in the transition to alternative energy sources"
June is already in full swing. However, at IO we’re taking a look back at May again. After all, we still owe you a Start-up […]
Belgian and French hospital nurses are delighted with the protective snorkeling masks that are now being provided free of charge on a grand scale. The […]
Growing up by the Belgium coast, Stephanie has always appreciated the sea. After graduating in geography, she started her career as an urban planner before […]
With a single domain Coronavirus antibody, a group of researchers from Ghent, Austin and Göttingen claim they might have inched ahead in the global race […]
You see them more and more often at concerts or festivals: people who wear ear protection to prevent damage to their hearing. Generally not a […]
It need hardly be said that microplastics are hazardous to the environment and to health. But it is more difficult to determine exactly what the […]