This week, one of our best-read stories was the one about lymphocytes that can predict that you will get sick. What is the latest on the predictive power of algorithms in healthcare?
In this column, we feature a follow-up story to one of our best-read stories. Like the one about a new type of solar cell built from perovskite. What does this solar cell mean for solar energy?
This week, the story about the Rotterdam beer brewery that uses power from old batteries was our best-read story. How is the Dutch hospitality sector becoming more sustainable?
Each week we follow up on one of our best-read stories. This week: Will we all soon get personalized nutrition advice via artificial intelligence and technology?
Each week we follow up on a well-read story. This week space researcher Angelo Vermeulen and space entrepreneur Jeroen Rotteveel talk about a city on Mars.
Each week, we follow up on one of the best-read stories. This week Leif Asp, professor at Chalmers University and head of a research project on energy storage in plastic.
Each week, we follow up on a well-read story in this section. This week: will we get a clean combustion engine that runs on gas?
Each week we follow up on the best-read read story on IO in this section. This week: Will we be charging electric trucks on induction roads in the future?
Each week, we follow up on one of our best-read stories in this section. This week: can individually-calibrated LED lights improve the vision of people with eye conditions?
In this weekly section, we follow up on one of our best-read stories on IO. This week: Is there going to be a central pandemic center for the next virus outbreak in the Netherlands?
Our weekly 'Follow-up' offers a sequel to the best-read article of that week. Today, a look back on our best-read stories of 2020.
Each week here we present a follow-up to one of our well read stories. This week we take a look at how the plans for hydrogen technology are gradually shaping up.
One of our best read stories this week was about mushroom leather. But pineapple leaves, apples, rotten mangos and raked leaves and twigs also provide an alternative to the leather industry.
Each week in this section we provide a follow-up to the best-read stories on our website. And today: Never again a national lockdown?
To what extent can geoengineering techniques provide a stopgap solution to global warming? Two Dutch universities explore options up in the clouds and stratosphere and in the oceans.
In the weekly ‘follow-up’ section we present a sequel to last week’s best-read article here on Innovation Origins. This week it was the story about […]
If The Netherlands intends to meet the Paris climate targets, sea and inland shipping must also commit to them. As in become climate-neutral vessels. In […]
In our weekly ‘follow-up’ column we feature a sequel to the best-read article of the past week. This week: Is Pandora Intelligence to become the next Dutch […]
As early as the early 1990s, Adri Bout had already realized that fishing ‘would become a niche, something quite special’. Bout managed to set up […]
Increasingly more people are switching to electric mobility or are thinking about doing just that within the next few years. More and more public transport […]