Next Friday the first stretch of road will be constructed in Vlissingen with asphalt that uses plant-based material called lignin to replace petroleum-based bitumen.
University of Utrecht
Underground irrigation provides clean water for crops and significantly reduces the use of fresh water by the agricultural sector.
Researchers from the Dutch universities in Utrecht and Nijmegen have been successful: the trick is to keep the magnetic fluid containing waste stabilized when the magnetic field is more powerful.
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For a long time, scientists have suspected an existence of water and perhaps even life on ancient Mars; especially, since ESA‘s Mars Express discovered a […]