Scientists have developed software to scan the enormous amount of genome data for abnormalities.
Almost two years after the disaster with the Morandi viaduct in Genoa, its successor will be inaugurated on Monday. Steel, concrete and smart electronics will ensure that the bridge will continue to e
"The problems on the grid are slowing down the energy transition."
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The European Parliament is outraged because Member States do not want to invest more money in innovation under the Horizon Fund. However, the corona fund and agricultural and cohesion funds also inves
Rik Thijs: "When it comes to innovative projects, I can encourage, connect parties, and find subsidies, but the municipality is not an entrepreneur."
"Together, we have an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of patients at this time of great need."
Innovation Origins rewarded Carbyon with a Gerard & Anton Award in July. Carbyon's machinery filters CO2 from the air and supplies it in a purified form to make kerosene for aircraft.
The government supported initiative wants to "unlock the collective intelligence in the Brainport region"
Consortium CrossWind, with Shell and Eneco, wins the tender for a wind farm in the North Sea
"With just a small fleet of spacecraft, we are able to launch satellites daily without disrupting the airspace or polluting the oceans."
Dutch research institute TNO will supply key optical equipment for the European Sentinel-5 satellite, which will monitor the earth's atmosphere for air pollution and emissions from 2022 onwards.
Investors' attention was focused on the more mature start-ups, which involve less risk.
With the Izera, Poland aims to build an affordable electric car that is able to compete with the rest of the world.
The plant cells survived in the earth structure of arctic silica in the Siberian permafrost soil. Now they are investigating how the genome of this plant has changed over the past 32,000 years.
German and American scientists are developing an innovative material that can self-repair damage such as cuts or cracks within seconds.
An international team of researchers was able to show that an endogenous protein can prevent the Sars-Cov-2 virus from fusing with the body's cells and infecting them.
The 25 largest companies in the Netherlands have had positive experiences with working from home and expect this to continue even after the corona crisis.
In a series of interviews, Fontys researcher Danae Bodewes talks to curious types who, each in their own way, provide the building blocks for a curious life.
Greenery on Rotterdam's rooftops should support biodiversity and even lead to a new kind of biotope for insects and birds.