The chemical sector in the Netherlands must be climate-neutral by 2050. That includes Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Geleen. This also means finding an alternative for the 800 kilotonnes of gas.
As the corona figures go through the roof, data journalist Jelmer Visser has returned to do what he does best: interpret the corona pandemic based on data from home and abroad.
Innovation Origins had a chat with Jean-Marie Lehn, 1987 Nobel Prize for Chemistry, as he attended the 2021 edition of Brightlands Polymer Days as a keynote speaker.
Better cooperation between knowledge institutions and SMEs can take high-tech innovations further, argues Hamed Sadeghian. In addition, we need to look at better conditions for open innovation.
With his Plastic Scanner, Jerry de Vos has designed a handheld device that can tell you quickly what kind of plastic something is made of. […]
With ammonia, the shipping industry can soon sail more sustainably. But it would be better to have ships that can run on truly sustainable fuel as soon as possible,
A study by CE Delft and TNO shows that if we all kept our tires properly inflated and checked them regularly, we would emit 1% less nitrogen oxide (NOx) in the Netherlands.
More and more data is available to stakeholders in the food chain, but it is hardly ever exchanged. And yet that is where the greatest potential value can be found.
We are eagerly awaiting the quantum computer. The unprecedented computational power opens new doors. Start-up Orange Quantum Systems is speeding up the development process with a unique collaboration.
The FECT recently raised €1 million in funding and established several living labs. Jifke Sol, lecturer in Circular Transition, and talks about her ambitions for the knowledge center.
By using a fully new material, nickel niobate, for the anode of lithium-ion batteries, the charging speed can be improved by ten times, according to […]
The still-young electric aviation sector is looking for more collaboration among all stakeholders and for more investors willing to accept a 20-year horizon.
For the first time in the Netherlands, the University Medical Center Utrecht (UMC Utrecht) has implanted a complete artificial heart in a patient suffering from […]
Complex crises pose a threat to our security. Using systems analysis, TNO researchers map out the underlying factors to get a better grip on the situation.
A spectral zebra crossing that enables you to see and interact with sound, which raises awareness about noise pollution in cities.
As corona figures go through the roof, data journalist Jelmer Visser returns to do what he does best: interpret the corona pandemic using data from home and abroad.
Plans to build in the North Sea have been proliferating, from another airport to homes on floating islands. It is, of course, key in providing […]
Companies are constantly testing new products in the marketplace; scientists should do the same with research, Eveline Crone believes. Because innovations are only successful if we actually use them.
The growing market for fast charging is not only being picked up by gas stations, Carlo van de Weijer writes. There's a bunch of other places that benefit from the rise in e-driving.
A naturally biodegradable alternative to microplastics in e.g. body scrubs and detergents. That is what Iamfluidics, a spin-off from the University of Twente, is in the process of developing.