Industries making a difference
© Bike messenger in The Hague
© Ebusco electric bus
© Kromkommer: saving discarded fruits and vegetables and turn them into soups
© Urban farmer
© High pressure lab
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20-11-2018 | 10:45
Web Summit 2018 in Lisbon has come and gone. The Netherlands was present to show some #DutchSpirit to the tech world. With over ...
07-11-2018 | 16:51
You can call it ‘the NetherLands of Innovation’. As one of the world’s most innovative countries, Holland outpaces the US and UK.
01-11-2018 | 11:52
A team of scientists based at the KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation in The Hague have developed a new, non-intrusive test to detect ...
01-11-2018 | 09:56
As the world’s population gets older, innovative new products are being developed to facilitate self-reliance and health recovery ...
11-10-2018 | 10:51
The Dutch government has launched an international campaign entitled Wind & Water Works during an offshore wind energy ...
25-09-2018 | 13:56
The town of Zwolle – in the north-eastern part of the Netherlands – is now host of the world’s first bicycle path made from ...
Solar roads, high-tech equipment, floating solar parks: Dutch #SolarEnergy thrives through innovation. In the Netherlands, we constantly look for technology-driven solutions for sustainable #UrbanPlanning → nlintheusa.com/urban-planning/ pic.twitter.com/0GZwfXkIie
Social houses in #Amsterdam will be fitted with smart #roofs that can store excess #water underneath its vegetation. It will have sensors linked to a network and can retain or release water in response to the weather forecast. (Via @SmartCitiesW) bit.ly/2FnuFoL pic.twitter.com/GEvCRM40bY
Instead of building walls to keep the #water out, US @CityOfBoston took the #Netherlands' 'living with water' concept as an example and build #parks as an alternative. (Via @pewtrusts) bit.ly/2OLSLJe pic.twitter.com/nAQV2CkWyk