For the past three years, Tessie Hartjes has been writing about how the Dutch start-up Lightyear has evolved from a student team to one of the most promising Dutch start-ups. This is her last column.
"The goal is earning power for the Netherlands, a global top position for our manufacturing industry, and a focused approach to our major societal challenges."
The municipality of Rotterdam is investing almost €70 million in the energy transition. It is also financing part of the future Mobility Campus as well as a Hyperloop experience center.
The scandal surrounding the fraudulent German company Wirecard is not an isolated case and shares similarities with the Corona pandemic. We simply did not want to believe it.
"And yes, of course, nowadays the question is: what do you choose, petrol, hybrid or all electric?
On Saturday the World Cleanup Day has a very special participant. A robot is helping to clean up the beach in The Hague in the Netherlands this year.
Innovation Origins rewarded ROOSH with a Gerard & Anton Award in July. ROOSH rapidly conquered the airport parking market.
Nijmegen start-up develops new test that not only measures the presence, but also the carcinogenic activity of the HPV virus
Diabetes type 2 can potentially be prevented in individuals who are affected by fatty liver. Research shows that glucagon resistance may be the common factor between these diseases.
The Mayflower has embarked on its first voyage as an autonomous ship. The Oceanbird was also introduced last week.
From 2021 on, the member states of the European Union will pay 80 cents per kilo of non-recyclable plastic packaging to the European Commission. What will be the effect of this?
“The Brainport-way of System thinking: a model for uniting high tech and project management around the world”
"We also know that you can only conquer the world of project management step by step"
In the wake of the current corona pandemic, Austrian scientists are gaining new insights into a specific gene that plays a key role in the body's own defense system.
A very special kind of research at the Dutch Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam -Karine Miras has created virtual DNA and self-evolving robots.
German scientists have shown in a study that a genetic predisposition for the age-related form of Alzheimer's disease influences the brain at an early stage.
Scientists from the Wind Energy Institute at the Flensburg University of Applied Sciences in Germany are developing a technology that will help prevent any future damage to wind turbines.
In an international study, scientists have shown that allergic reactions can provide protection against infections with Staphylococcus aureus, one of the most feared hospital germs.
People with eye disorders such as aniridia see very poorly and are very sensitive to light. A new electronic lens might provide the solution.
A mini robot that swims through your bloodstream in order to administer medication. It may sound like science fiction for now, but it can easily become reality.
In this column (originally published as twitter thread) Auke Hoekstra debunks a paper that claims electric trucks are too heavy for the European roads.