For a more sustainable economy and to combat pollution researchers at TU Graz are developing bio-based, green alternatives to fossil raw materials.
An international team of scientists is working on the development of polymer foams made of cellulose, which are manufactured without plastic, as part of the EU "BreadCell" project.
An EU project is working on replacing weed-killing herbicides with an autonomous robot equipped with a laser.
Graz University of Technology in Austria wants to extend the service life of solid oxide fuel cells and prepare the technology for greenhouses. This could bring the technology to market maturity.
The new substance can aid reduce the contamination of wastewater generated from the paper production process
Scientists at the University of Seville may have found the reason why COVID-19 patients do not notice a life-threatening oxygen deficiency - or notice it much too late.
Spanish scientists have fitted shoes with sensors that can indicate by the way someone walks whether they are suffering from any early-onset degenerative diseases.
Jelmer Visser analyzes weekly for Innovation Origins the movements of the corona pandemic in Europe. Today: why a severe lockdown is not a key to success.
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