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IBM and Danish transport company Maersk said they were working together to digitize, manage, and track shipping transactions using blockchain technology. The blockchain solution being built by the
The Biological House was created by a multidisciplinary team involving more than 40 partners, including Copenhagen-based design firm Een TIl Een, sustainable architecture firm GXN, wood-treatment c
Renault’s Zoe Z.E.
The Rebuild By Design competition represents a dramatic shift in disaster planning, adopting a more comprehensive and collaborative research and design approach to address complex problems and impr
At the GreenBiz 2018 conference, Waste Management and GreenBiz collaborate to ensure that the event was zero-waste.
Bio-based Connections is a collaboration of 11 companies, governments and institutions, with the aim of realising the bio-based economy in the wider Amsterdam regio
The 3D Print Canal House is a three-year publically accessible ‘Research & Design by Doing’ project in which an international team of partners from various sectors works together on 3D printing
GENIVI® is a nonprofit industry alliance committed to driving the broad adoption of specified, open source, In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) software. The alliance develops an open standard for aligni
BASF and Philips have achieved a practical breakthrough in the development of OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) technology that allows it to be integrated in c
The National Industrial Symbiosis Program (NISP) is a business-to-business network that identifies opportunities for resource collaboration, thereby creating economic, environmental and social bene
Amsterdam Smart City (ASC) is an innovation platform that aims to achieve a future proof Amsterdam.
The Dutch Mountains are an interactive work and residential environment of the future; a multi-purpose facility on a mission.
Circular Track is an initiative of ProRail, Royal HaskoningDHV, BAM Group, Railpro and Asset Rail focused on the development of circular models in the sector. The initiative is setting up pilot cir
Friesland Campina, WWF and the Rabobank are in the final stages of developing a biodiversity monitor, that includes measures and key performance indicators, to h
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IPStar B.V. is the technology transfer partner of the MELiSSA consortium and develops and markets space technology arising from the program for terrestrial applications.
Cirkelstad was created between public and private entrepreneurs looking for solutions to get back resource streams back in the chain by using all the talents in the local neighbourhood and working
Valley is an initiative by Delta Development Group, Volker Wessels and the Reggeborgh Groep.
The BE-Basic Foundation (Biotechnology based Ecologically Balanced Sustainable Industrial Consortium) is an international public-private partnership originally coordinated by Delft University of Te
Cellulac, an industrial biochemicals company, and Pharmafilter, a complex waste group, will make use of Cellulac’s environmentally-benign, low cost production bioplastic process which uses 2nd gene
BMW’s i3 high-capacity batteries, which it uses in its i3 compact electric vehicle, has applications beyond BMW’s own – case in point, the car maker is now supplying German boat propulsion system c
A new concept for processing redundant fibreglass and composite industry waste, christened CompoCycle, has been developed by two German companies, Zajons and Holcim (Deutschland) AG.
The Chemelot Institute for Science and Technology (InSciTe) is a public-private institute for biomedical materials and bio-based materials founded by DSM, Maastricht University and University Medic
Kalundborg Symbiosis of Denmark is a public-private alliance for converting waste materials from its member companies into the raw production materials for others.
Insurance company State Farm and auto manufacturer Ford have united to develop an on-board system to analyze people's driving habits.
The first ever Scottish beer to be made from leftover bread has been created using unsold morning rolls in a bid to reduce food waste in Glasgow.
Ford and Heinz are investigating the use of tomato fibers in developing sustainable, composite materials for use in vehicle manufacturing.
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Microsoft have announced plans to work together to redesign the way medical devices in an intensive care unit (ICU) talk to each other.
With nearly 13,000 bungalows across more than 75 parks, each Landal GreenPark is comparable to a small town.
SYMBI project will contribute to improve the implementation of regional development policies and programmes related to the promotion and dissemination of Industrial Symbiosis and Circular Economy f
The Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) of Montreal has an 18-meter wide dome equipped with eight video projectors and 157 speakers, known as the Satosphere.