Incooling is developing a cooling system for the heat source of data centers: the chips. Together with data center builder SPIE, the start-up is seeking new customers.
The corona crisis has widened educational disparities. ASML workers are stepping in to help with tutoring in science subjects like math and physics. It's hoped that more companies will follow.
The issues raised by technology are not new. What is new, however, is that technology is increasingly interfering with our daily lives. What are our thoughts on that?
This week, a story about a new drug for Parkinson's was the best read article. It's currently in the testing phase in mice. How is the treatment of the disease actually being innovated?
The transition to fully autonomous driving is still years ahead. Helen Kardan writes about what the challenges are that the automotive industry has to overcome.
The world's most innovative economies are showing a huge increase in the number of patents issued. Within ten years, the number has increased by 1200 percent.
Seventeen parties from the chemical sector in The Netherlands have drawn up an agenda for this under the name 'Green Chemistry, New Economy' with 22 action points.
The better the quality of car batteries, the more likely they will serve as a backup for the energy grid, as shown at The Business Booster, a trade fair for start-ups supporting the energy transition.
"The green wave may start small, but it can grow into one that goes the across the globe, to stop climate change."
A UV shoe sanitizer can kill the bacteria on a level that will eradicate them from the material much more effectively than wiping them down.
In Málaga, Spain, Europe's first self-driving city bus has been on the road since this week. A driver is on board, just to be on the safe side.
An electric vehicle charging station at a Spanish service station is one of the first in Europe to use energy stored in 'second-hand' batteries.
Eindhoven University of Technology's innovative learning environment, innovation Space, has been nominated for the Dutch Higher Education Prize. The award ceremony will be held on March 1.
A powerful 500-kilowatt electric water jet engine is set to power fast pleasure craft and work boats within the year. According to the Italian developers, it is an absolute premiere.
Every other week, we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at the things he notices when it comes to the preservation of the earth. This week: Will we ever get raw materials from space?
VDL will build complete bathrooms, toilets and technical rooms in Friesland as of 2022 that will be installed in houses as ready-to-use modules on Van Wijnen construction sites.
Data journalist Jelmer Visser sheds light on the corona crisis every week with his visualizations and maps. This week: the vaccination race and mandatory self-isolation.
Bringing high-performance diagnostic tests such as the coronavirus test to market faster in the future? Delta Diagnostics is developing a technology platform to make this possible.
Bi-directional charging of electric vehicles is an important component of the potential solutions aimed at achieving a flexible and future-proof electricity grid.
"It’s not enough that you are in business, you need to take steps to ensure that you stay in business, otherwise, your competitors will have a field day with you."