Each week in this section we give a follow-up to some of our best read stories. IO columnist Jan Wouters is predicting a second electric revolution. How far along is the solid-state battery?
In this weekly section, we follow up on our best read stories. This week it was the story about home testing. How normal will home monitoring become in the future?
Each week we follow up on some of our best-read stories here. This week: What do AI systems in hospitals need in order to make better diagnoses?
In this section, we follow up on one of our best-read stories. This week, it was about the plan to raise St. Catherine's Church in the Dutch city of Eindhoven by 55 meters. How innovative is that?
Each week we follow up on our best read stories here. This week: A smart hydrogen tank for all the energy needs in the home is not likely to happen anytime soon. But what are the alternatives?
Every week we follow up on one of our best read stories here. This week: smart traffic lights from Vienna will improve traffic flow. How will this contribute to autonomous transport?
In this weekly section we give a follow-up to one of our best read stories. This week it was a story about loss of smell and taste in cases of COVID-19. But what else can the nose tell us?
Evach week we present a follow-up here on one of our best-read stories. This week it was by columnist Mary Fiers who advocates that the earthworm should be a symbol of Brabant's innovative strength.
In this weekly section we follow up on one of our best read stories. This week it was the story about an ultra-fast chip that cuts down on energy consumption in data centers.
Each week we follow up on a well-read story here on IO. This week, Rob Martens explains how more play in education can lead to a more optimal development of talent.
In this weekly section we follow up on one of our best-read stories. This week these were about innovations in the fight against cancer.
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.
From artificial lenses to stem cell techniques: these are the most important innovations in ophthalmology
In the weekly follow-up section, Innovation Origins revisits one of the best-read articles of the past week. A focus on innovative solutions to eye disorders caught our eye this week.
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 this section we follow up on our best read stories of the week. This week's was all about how the essential vitamin B12 will soon end up in bread or yogurt.
In this weekly section we give a sequel to our best-read stories. This week: while the hydrogen debate is increasingly taking the form of a conflict of beliefs, the developments continue
Every week we provide a follow-up to our best read stories. This week we are taking a look at what the battery of the future will be like.
‘Sometimes research is just a matter of turning left or right while others are going straight ahead’
In the weekly Follow-up section, we provide a sequel to our best-read stories. This week it was the article about a modified yellow fever vaccine in the fight against COVID-19.