Acetogenic bacteria could convert CO2 into plastic and fuel, researchers at the Vienna University of Technology have shown. This would make it possible to establish a carbon-neutral circular economy.
Climate change, vegans, lab-grown meat and robots in production: the dairy and beef supply chains must adapt to become more sustainable
Recycled phosphorus from sewage sludge could be used to establish a circular economy for the phosphate industry. But this requires a sustainable and economical strategy
A European research consortium aims to overcome barriers to recycling textiles to enable a truly sustainable circular economy for fashion
If Europe wants to be climate neutral by 2050, measures such as recycling and bio-based plastics are not enough. Plastic use must also be reduced
Researchers in Vienna discussed the question of whether artificial intelligence will revolutionize medicine. They see stumbling blocks in the fears of patients and in still unresolved legal issues.
The market is flooded with health apps but not all of them offer the expected support. In Vienna, experts discuss the sense and nonsense of these digital applications.
Manual tasks require practice and sensitivity, qualities that robots still lack. Now, for the first time, researchers have been able to automate the processing of flexible materials.
Environmental stress accelerates skin aging. The exact mechanisms are still unclear and form the subject of a research project involving the fashion and cosmetics group Chanel.
Every week we follow up on one of our best read stories here. This week: smart traffic lights from Vienna will improve traffic flow. How will this contribute to autonomous transport?
Less traffic and more green spaces - superblocks can give back liveable public spaces to local residents. Initial findings confirm the validity of the model, but also reveal unwanted consequences.
When it comes to the sport of cycling, every single ounce counts. That can, however, be at the expense of quality. The Viennese start-up Tubolito […]
Cities are getting busier and the streets are getting fuller. A car offers less and less of a solution. On Google Maps the bicycle always […]
We all recognise it: an unnecessarily long period of red at the traffic lights causes irritation for road users who are in a hurry. With […]
LONDON / VIENNA, 19 November 2018 – Sophie Skach experiments with electronic textiles. She tries to find out what data on human social behaviour can […]
The headquarters is and will remain in Eindhoven, but Innovation Origins has now also managed to build a solid base outside that Dutch city-of-tech. The […]
VIENNA, 17 November 2018 – In the summer semester of 2019, the new PhD program Bioactive will start at the Vienna University of Technology. In […]
As of 2 July, Wizzair will fly twice a week from Eindhoven Airport to Vienna. The Hungarian airline will be operating the flights to the Austrian […]