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.
EIT InnoEnergy aims to drag start-ups that it invests in as well as it can through the corona crisis. Read how they go about that in this series.
"Humans assume that their lives and society will change as artificial intelligence and robotics are increasingly applied"
Airbus and Volvo advocate the development of green hydrogen technology to power trucks and aircraft engines at the European Commission.
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?
On 24 September, the European Commission will announce which city will be this year's European Capital of Innovation.
The Research & Innovation Days of the European Commission can be followed online on 22, 23 and 24 September.
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
Budget cuts for research, innovation and health at the Corona summit meeting of the 27 EU heads of state are causing dismay and concern across Europe.
In the weekly Follow-up section, we provide a sequel to our best-read stories. This week it was the story about an economic recovery program from […]
By the year 2030, the countries of the European Union intend to cover about one-third of their energy needs with renewable energy sources. Solar energy […]
Sweden remains the most innovative country in Europe. Runner-up this year is Finland, followed by Denmark, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. These five countries are the […]
A group of economists from Austria, Germany, and France proposes an even more radical economic recovery program than the European Union. In their view, the […]
Making mobility sustainable for the whole of Europe is a formidable undertaking. In order to carry out this task, EIT Urban Mobility (European Institute of […]
Environmentally friendly mining seems to be quite a contradiction in terms. In an effort to resolve this as soon as possible, an international consortium – […]
On Wednesday the 8th of April, the European Commission sent out a press release announcing that the governments of all Member States were expected to […]
It’s going to get tougher this weekend. “Stay at home! Keep it up,” the governments all over Europe are reiterating. Because if we continue to […]
All the while, the whole of Europe has one goal in mind: we want to return to normal life as soon as possible. A tool […]
The launch of the new European satellite ‘Copernicus Sentinel-6’ will most likely take place later than the date originally planned on at the end of […]
In a follow up to yesterdays article, the European Union has announced that it is investing €80 million in CureVac, a German biotech company working […]