A new study from the Swedish Research Council has shown that a higher BMI may result in a higher survival rate in the presence of a severe bacterial infection.
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.
Researchers from Austria and Sweden have developed a new method of treating malignant brain tumors that is expected to deliver better results and less severe side effects.
An electric ferry will be launched in Stockholm next year that is significantly more sustainable, faster and more efficient than today's diesel-powered ships.
Data journalist Jelmer Visser crosses the border with Corona in Europe each week with maps and data visualizations. This week: While some EU countries are easing up, others are tightening the reins.
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.
Jelmer Visser explains the spread of the corona pandemic across Europe for Innovation Origins. This week: what went wrong with the Swedish fairy tale?
Although the coronavirus is still spreading worldwide at breakneck speed, news headlines are becoming more varied and more optimistic. Since Monday, New Zealand has become the first non-microstate on earth to be officially declared corona-free
Influencers. The new superstars among kids. What these mostly young people broadcast on Instagram, Tik Tok or YouTube is law for our younger generation. Much […]
A protective layer of graphite nanoplates on implants can prevent infections in patients. That is what scientists at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have […]
The Swedish start-up Einride define themselves as the intelligent transportation company. Their autonomous trucks are making the transportation of goods more intelligent, emission-free, safe, cost-effective, […]
In cooperation with Sanicare, Carin will soon be available in Sweden as well. The wearable pelvic floor trainer – developed and made by LifeSense Group […]