In addition to being wonderful to walk in or look at, snow also has a sound-absorbing effect. Let's use nature more often as a source of inspiration for our technological innovation.
For the first time in the history of skiing, there will be no diesel cloud hanging above the slopes this Sunday before the start of the World Cup. All thanks to a snow groomer that runs on hydrogen.
The ExoLabs spin-off from the Swiss University of Zurich has developed a model for calculating meltwater volumes that helps hydroelectric power plants to produce electricity more cost-effectively.
The first snow has long since fallen in the Alps. And the Christmas holidays aren’t that far away either. It’s high time to explore the […]
Whether with a pram or in a wheelchair – anyone who travels in snow with small wheels has a hard time. Moving around becomes an […]
Tomorrow is good. In a weekly column, alternately written by Lucien Engelen, Maarten Steinbuch, Carlo van de Weijer and Daan Kersten, E52 tries to find […]