Aeson is a temporary solution for patients who are awaiting a heart transplant. The French company Airbus has a role in its development.
U.S. Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kammen is calling for a worldwide end to the subsidization of oil and gas companies.
Solar Team Eindhoven is changing course. Following the solar-powered family car, this year the team is working on another type of vehicle.
The future of mobility is on the horizon. Lots of European companies in particular are ready to launch their flying taxis, including the Spanish company AAM.
"In the absence of digital programs and the surrounding technology that makes it all possible, professional education would have likely ceased to function"
A hydrogen-powered yacht with an underwater observation dome is the future of eco-friendly recreational boating.
Scientists have found a new method to selectively 'fish' salts such as phosphorus and potassium out of water.
Wooden pallets are a thing of the past if it is up to start-up Yellow Pallet. The company makes pallets from banana fiber. This is more sustainable and prevents deforestation.
Dutch and German scientists have now found a way to accurately detect early-onset Alzeheimer's Disease and consequently develop medication that can be administered more effectively earlier on.
If biogenic waste materials from industry is to be used to generate green biogas, then bark and sewage sludge are showing promise, say researchers at the Vienna University of Technology.
A cable robot will build, repair and maintain building façades in the future. A research team from the Technical University of Munich was involved in its development.
"For the time being, the choice is between fantastic software with clumsy hardware or fantastic hardware with clumsy software"
A doctoral student at Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences has investigated how a digital system can optimize the signposting of escape routes, depending on the location of the fire
Scientists at the University of Seville may have found the reason why COVID-19 patients do not notice a life-threatening oxygen deficiency - or notice it much too late.
Jelmer Visser tracks for Innovation Origins the movements of the coronary pandemic in Europe. This week: which countries score best (and worst) in vaccinating their population?
Catalonia has rapidly become a major European hub for digital innovation and biomedical technology. But the future lies in industrial technology.
The Fraunhofer Institute in Dresden has developed a 3D scanner that enables cars to look 200 meters into the distance.
Fraunhofer makes insulation material from a mixture of green waste and living fungi that are then killed in a kiln at the end of the process.
Apart from a lot of misery, the corona crisis also yields plenty of new insights into the treatment of other diseases.
Quantum computers have been predicted to have a bright future for years. Columnist and automotive specialist Jan Wouters lists what they can do for the automotive industry.