An impasse in global and Dutch agriculture makes broad deployment of 5G technology uncertain. TNO is working hard to find a solution.
With technological innovations like health patches and smart wearables, TNO is working on better, more effective healthcare, with a strong focus on protecting personal data.
In this column, we feature a follow-up story to one of our best-read stories. Like the one about a new type of solar cell built from perovskite. What does this solar cell mean for solar energy?
The Zoev City shipping company offers a sustainable alternative for distribution activities in Amsterdam's inner city with its transport by water.
Robots are not going to take over our jobs, Ronald Dekker, labor economist at TNO, reassures us. Technology can actually create more and better jobs in the long run.
TNO and New Energy Coalition want to help the energy transition in the Netherlands with their newly-formed partnership.
Scarcity of raw materials could slow down the energy transition, the Dutch research institute TNO recently calculated. Consequently, the circular transition is crucial for the success of the energy.
Basic molecules as ingredients in medicines, among others, can be made more sustainable in Europe using flow chemistry, contends Rinus Broxterman CTO of InnoSyn.
Truck platooning improves traffic flow and safety on the highways. Dutch TNO is working within a European context to make the technology compatible with all truck manufacturers and countries.
More efficiency and flexibility in the manufacturing industry thanks to 5G combined with sensor technology
Evert van den Akker (TNO) and Jan Post (RUG and Philips) are working together on a series of pilot projects that will test the possibilities of 5G in practice.
Just like road traffic, shipping needs to become more sustainable. Research organization TNO is helping to find solutions
The Netherlands has an extremely strong position in the semiconductor industry. But it can do even better. TNO wants to expand its role as a catalyst for innovation and connector of the ecosystem.
TNO and Aircision have successfully tested the first long distance, cable free internet in the Netherlands.
Energy islands in the North Sea: good news for the climate and an opportunity for Dutch entrepreneurs
With new islands and green production platforms, TNO is working on the hubs for our future sustainable energy supply. We've put all the plans and ambitions in perspective.
Dutch manufacturing companies and knowledge institutions are working together within the EU project Market 4.0 to strengthen the high-tech supply chain.
TNO has joined the consortium HIGFLY - a project aimed at creating alternative fuel sources to keep flying sustainable.
A design for an adaptive mirror by TNO that can aid telescopes better photograph space has been approved for the European Solar Telescope.
Within a year, secure and accurate laser communication between airplanes and satellites will be possible. This is thanks to a pan-European project called UltraAir.
Paul de Krom, CEO and chair of the board at TNO, believes that in addition to a European joining of forces, cooperation between neighboring countries is also very important.
A battery based on salt is about to conquer the market. TU/e spin-off Cellcius is working on the further development of the thermal battery technology into a first fully-fledged product.