The Dutch company SALD expects to be able to provide batteries with an ultra-thin layer that makes batteries three times more powerful by 2022 or 2023 at the earliest.
The dosages of the active substances in the pills can be matched to the needs of each individual patient.
Compared to onshore wind turbines and solar panels, offshore wind turbines produce the bulk of sustainable energy. That is why large wind farms are being planned in the North Sea.
Over the next four years, students, researchers and the business community within the POWEr FITTing project are developing solutions for more vitality in the workplace.
Over the coming years, the Dutch government will have to decide on investments into sustainable energy, even though it is still unclear what the best course of action is.
The Geological Survey of the Netherlands (GDN) has collected data on pollution deep under Dutch ground and is making it open to the public starting this week.
The aim is to build even larger and more efficient rotor blades with a diameter of well over 200 meters which are also affordable for offshore wind energy.
The first quantum network in the Netherlands is to be released around the end of the year. A quantum link will be established between two Dutch cities, connecting and entangling two quantum nodes.
In this weekly section we give a sequel to our best-read stories. This week: while the hydrogen debate is increasingly taking the form of a conflict of beliefs, the developments continue
Starting this fall, Total Productivity will demonstrate a software package to support operators in the manufacturing industry in Brainport Industries Campus
LeydenJar Technologies has developed a battery cell made of pure silicon that is going to 'drastically change the battery industry'
"The outcome of this investigation gives every reason to discuss battery life with leasing companies"
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Flexible solar panels in crash barriers: it’s feasible, but still too expensive and inefficient to be profitable
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In an attempt to “innovate the Netherlands out of the current crisis”, Dutch Research Organization TNO is finding inspiration in Germany. “Germany increased its national […]
Yesterday, QuTech, a collaboration between TU Delft and TNO announced together with Intel in the science journal Nature a breakthrough in quantum computers. They did […]
How do floating solar panels work in practice and what are the consequences for the environment? What is the influence of waves and wind on […]
February is already in full swing. But at IO we’re taking a moment to look back on January. We still owe you a Start-up of […]