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.
Three separate projects in Scotland, Germany and Poland show promise in creating useful products out of garbage: vanillin, biofuel and bioplastic.
A nano-device developed by German scientists that can be introduced safely into the body holds promises for early cancer detection
Researchers at TU Munich have developed a new strategy against viruses: Nano-capsules made of DNA material enclose viruses, rendering them harmless.
The German Fraunhofer instiitute has developed a tiny infrared spectrometer that fits inside a cell phone and can be used to measure the quality of air or water and check if medication is counterfeit.
The research is still in its infancy, but scientists from Nuremberg and Düsseldorf have figured out a way to clean oil spills from surface water, among other things.
Israeli and Finnish scientists have designed a nano-hinge that can open and close with the use of light.
In 2021, an Italian company is set to introduce flexible neuroelectrodes for 'neuromonitoring' during tumor surgery. That makes it one step ahead of the American Neuralink from Elon Musk.
For data storage on a molecular level, Radboud University in Nijmegen, Netherlands has succeeded in writing 'ones' and 'zeroes'.
For a self-driving car to operate safely, the on-board computer must process a large amount of data very quickly. This data transfer is done fastest […]
2020 will be a very good year for Resysten. This Hungarian startup sells only one product – the protective coating
2020 will be a very good year for Resysten. This Hungarian start-up sells only one product – a protective coating. It has been gaining customers […]
Research carried out by the German Max-Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (MPI-IS) resembles films like Innerspace and the sci-fi classic Fantastic Voyage (after a book […]
The Netherlands is busy adapting in all kinds of ways in order to deal with the corona pandemic. But are our corona measures effective at […]
A nanosensor has been developed that can trace biomarkers for cancer in the blood that are difficult to detect. It is a scientific variant of […]
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250,000 Europeans suffer from Crohn’s disease. More than 700,000 patients are in the United States. There are also thousands more in Japan, Australia and Canada. […]
Spare parts for the car, kitchen utensils, food and even human organs – there’s hardly anything left that can’t be produced with a 3D printer. […]
It almost sounds like a utopia: When a molecular motor can be operated with just light, regardless of the ambient temperature. But beware, anyone who […]
A new nano-immune therapy that programs the immune system offers hope for patients who, after an organ transplant, have to take many medications to combat […]