Using a new method to monitor the water quality of reservoirs, developing countries can also monitor their freshwater reservoirs much more effectively.
The German Helmholtz research institute says that this source of drinking water from beneath the depths of the sea could fill the Black Sea twice.
Scientists have found a new method to selectively 'fish' salts such as phosphorus and potassium out of water.
Over the past few weeks, you could smell it on a regular basis. The lovely smell of a heavy downpour after a warm sultry day. […]
Cotton cultivation is harmful to the environment and yet consumers do not want to do without it, explains chemist Filipe Natalio of the Weizmann Institute […]
A drone doesn’t necessarily have to fly. Take Aquatic Drones for instance. A company in Brabant that develops autonomous boats that can be used to […]
Hydraloop is the big winner at the American tech and innovation fair CES! The Dutch water-recycling system for both households and businesses came out on […]
We assume that water is an unlimited resource every time we turn on the tap. But experts warn that climate change will affect our water […]
Deltae Innovation Solutions B.V in Zundert tries to work with water in a creative way. With an eye on climate change, the focal point is […]
For the first time, both the soccer robots and the care robot of TU Eindhoven have become world champions. The robot football team Tech United […]
As the name suggests, the Netherlands is a low-lying country. As much as 26% is below sea level and 59% of the Dutch land surface […]
Earth is also known as the “blue planet”, since around 70% of its surface is covered by water. No other planet in our solar system […]
A Dutch start-up with Greek origin: SEALEAU B.V. treats brine (wastewater from desalination containing highly concentrated amounts of salt) until only fresh water and valuable […]