Using X-ray technology to clear up an archeological secret
Swiss researchers used X-ray scanning technology to unlock the mysteries of an extremely rare chainmail shirt dating from Roman times.
Small underwater drone to help fishermen
A Danish researcher contributes to the development of a small new autonomous underwater vehicle which is to help fishermen identify shoals of fish.
Examining the highly organized lives of long-distance commuters
A Swiss scientist took a look at the strategies commuting parents use for managing their time wisely and dealing with unexpected challenges.
Melanin as a new diagnosis and treatment tool for tumors
German scientists created melanin-loaded cell membrane derived nanoparticles, which improved tumor imaging in an animal model while also slowing the growth of the tumor.
Smarter drug release thanks to control over encapsulation
Dutch researchers have discovered the parameters that govern the encapsulation of drugs.
Copenhagen’s biowaste may become steaks
A new project will develop technology for extracting protein from organic waste, which can be used as a protein supplement for humans or in animal feed.
How alpine streams work
A Swiss study shows that until now, scientists have been substantially underestimating how quickly gases are exchanged between mountain streams and the atmosphere.
Hearing like a dinosaur
Alligators use neural maps to localize the source of a sound the same way birds do. A new study suggests that dinosaurs also used this strategy.
How digitalization drives new water technologies
Research, innovation, education and entrepreneurship contributes to the development of new technologies in the water sector according to a new report.