Biosensors can help to reduce the incorrect use of antibiotics by establishing the appropriate dosage for each patient.
European universities and start-ups are developing translation tools that have become popular the world over.
In the future wind turbine blades are going to be up to 107 meters long. Wind turbine blades of this size require new composite materials.
Michael Linden-Vørnle hopes to turn Denmark into a leader.
How do you keep the skies from becoming a giant, noisy, dangerous cloud of drones? Manufacturers and regulators are working on the answers.
How can European countries become leaders of innovation? Two experts discuss the continent’s weaknesses and possibilities.
A team of researchers determines absolute duration of photoelectric effect for the first time.
École Polytechnique and the Institut Pasteur have set up a shared team for the research of physical microfluidics and bioengineering.
Everyone from Airbus to Uber is interested. They could be part of the urban landscape in the next decade.
EPFL spin-offs Bestmile and Lunaphore took home second and third place in this year’s ranking of Switzerland’s 100 most promising startups.
An ambitious research project wants to find electric solutions to replace heat treatment in for instance the food industry and in laundries.
China may have a corner on the recreational market, and the US on military uses, but Europe is poised to find its own niche.
The first railroad bridge in Germany made of ultra-high performance concrete has gone into operation on Bavaria’s Tegernsee-Bahn railroad route.
Researchers from Eindhoven University of Technology and Radboud University Nijmegen have developed a groundbreaking, high-throughput lab device to speed up the research.
Hundreds of millions of years of evolution have given insects the ability to fly efficiently and robustly. Roboticists are taking note.