German researchers were able to demonstrate that food also increases the thermogenesis of brown fat, and not just cold as previously assumed.
Anticipating a decline in car ownership, start-ups like Bestmile and Amber plan to power seamless on-demand services.
Danish researchers have helped improve on international testing of chemicals to enable better detection of endocrine disrupting substances.
Flexible railway systems can offer cheaper and faster transport in greater quantities. Their potential is most promising in freight handling.
A Swiss student has developed a virtual reality game that can be used in any environment.
Celonis has taken its place among the “unicorns”, as the world’s most successful start-ups are known.
Even as concepts like Hyperloop emerge, European leadership is not in danger.
In an approach that combines virtual reality and artificial tactile sensations, two amputees feel as though their prosthetic hand belongs to their own body.
A Dutch team has developed an ultra-light, electrically-powered car prototype based on flax fiber and sugar.
These modern-day alchemists spin masses of raw data into gold. Here are four reasons to become one.
Elon Musk’s dream of a train that can travel at 1,200 km/h faces serious unresolved engineering challenges.
A civil engineering Master’s student has looked into the possibility of building an underwater high-speed train route through Lake Geneva.
A German research team has investigated the effects of food components on the molecules dissolved in saliva.
Recent tests have shown the viability of the futuristic train. But does this mean we will have a new mode of transportation any time soon?
A Dutch start-up aims to commercialize new wireless technology to enable extremely fast 5G and 6G.
Three students are using hemp and mushroom roots to grow the world’s first fully biodegradable surfboard in a mould.