The European Central Bank is offering a payment system to compete with digital services and credit card companies. European start-ups could benefit from it.
Since the 1960s, Moore’s law has guided the production of processors and transistors. However, the continuous shrink of silicon chips approaches physical limits.
Artisense develops a 3D-vision technology for autonomous cars and robots to navigate effectively.
They’re cheap, quick and convenient – but will the business model for e-scooter sharing hold up?
A Danish start-up has created products that can replace chemical pesticides.
Ynsect is the leading manufacturer of insect-based protein. The start-up is launching its fourth funding round to build a new factory.
To convince investors and customers, start-ups need to build a good prototype. How best to tackle this important step?
How to expand an R&D company into production? The CEO of a photonics start-up explains.
Krakow, Vilnius and Moscow have become centres for dynamic starts. What do they offer?
The Swiss startup OrphAnalytics uses genomics to detect academic fraud and authenticate documents.
French start-up Hopaal has found a way to recycle textiles and even plastic bottles to manufacture environmentally friendly clothing.
Start-ups are moving into educational technology. Some offer university courses while others advance company training by designing video games.
The Fairphone is a smartphone built with “ethical” components. Now it hopes to compete with the iPhone.
Munich-based start-up Celonis helps companies refine their everyday processes.
Everyone from Airbus to Uber is interested. They could be part of the urban landscape in the next decade.
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?
France’s Qwant was built to have two competitive advantages: respecting privacy and being a credible alternative to its American rivals.