The northern Dutch city of Groningen is spending three million euros on subsidies to get the project Cybersecurity Noord-Nederland off the ground. The aim of […]
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If there is one category of companies that are responsible for innovation in the Netherlands, it would have to be the start-ups. Innovation Origins is […]
The plastics manufacturing company Marlan has its boring and heavy sanding work done by a collaborative robot. "Think of it as a kind of third arm for the person working with the cobot," he says.
In the Pioneers in Mobility month, we feature stories from companies that work on the mobility of the future. This time: Bosal.
Hardt Hyperloop has been awarded 15 million euros from Brussels’s first hyperloop investment package
Hardt Hyperloop, the Dutch company working on the development of the hyperloop, has been awarded 15 million euros by the European Commission. It is the […]
StabiAlert is developing a new digital crack sensor: the CrackR, adding to a range of sensors the company has marketed over the years to detect damage to buildings.
Floating solar parks are developing at an ever-increasing pace. The unique method of construction offers numerous advantages. A new solar park in Groningen shows what is possible.
The amount of green power generated in the Netherlands is increasing rapidly. On some days this leads to a surplus that we can't use. That can be done smarter, argues Martien Visser.
Carbon made from waste, or bioplastic made from sugar: The Chemport ecosystem is helping to make the chemical sector more sustainable.
In Groningen, tests with autonomous transport are already taking place as of 2016. When will the first autonomous trains be running? And what about ships without a skipper on board?
Nobody likes blood tests. But they are the best way to monitor our health. Now a Lithuanian start-up is trying to bring blood tests to you.
Vinturas’ digital blockchain platform eliminates the need for spreadsheets to transport and track vehicles
Vinturas' blockchain technology provides commercial customers and manufacturers good visibility into the transportation of cars, trucks and other vehicles.
The solar panels of Solarge from Eindhoven are so light that many more can be placed on a roof than is currently the case.
International connectivity and national autonomy do not go hand in hand if we want to ensure the security of energy supply, according to Martien Visser. "That will almost certainly lead to accidents."
Using hydrogen for non-necessary applications leads to higher CO2 emissions in other applications and that is bad for the environment, Maarten Steinbuch concludes.
Open architecture, creative IT, digital technologies, and local culture: Oslo’s library is the world’s best
Deichman Bjørvika Library in Oslo has been named as the world’s best new public library. The annual award is presented to a library in any […]
How is our hydrogen community and economy faring? In the summer series 'The Netherlands, hydrogen land' we discuss the current state of affairs with technicians and scientists.
EVoltify's mobile charging stations enable cars to be charged anywhere, anytime.
A story about the world's most powerful tidal turbine was one of our best-read stories of the past week. So, where are we in the Netherlands now with this form of sustainable energy?
Entrepreneurs in the Dutch province of Groningen can put their questions to the GroBusiness desk. In the past few weeks dozens of questions have already been received.