Innovation showcases some of Europe’s most brilliant new products, explained by the bright sparks behind them.
Although millions of books are scanned and put online every year, making old documents and texts available on the web is a difficult and painstaking
Jörg Schulz is a baker in Germany who has found a cool money-saving new way of baking his bread.
“The NanoBak Technology, which we developed, is a
Farmed fish have a fresh list of ingredients on the menu. In the past, aquaculture relied on larger fish eating the remains of smaller ones. But the
At a factory in Belgium, a new breed of products is being developed from the fibrous remains of sugar cane. It is a raw material with plenty of
A French company is growing fast as it exploits a technology to ‘milk’ precious products from plants.
“We produce molecules from plants that
A new range of multimedia cameras have been developed that offer us a new way to watch live events.
The devices were developed by Flemish
The maintenance of seafaring ships can be a laborious and costly expense. The damp and dirty inspections which take many man hours must be done at
A team of French scientists has started clinical trials on humans for a potential HIV/AIDS vaccine.
Chief Scientific Officer at Grenoble-based
Giancarlo Ferrigno is Professor at Politecnico di Milano.
He said:“This is a robotic system for assisting a surgeon during neurosurgery
A mobile recycling facility being tested in eastern and southern Europe is aiming to get the most from electronic waste.
Bernd Kopacek, managing
There is a electrifying new way to squeeze more from an ancient resource – olives.
“We have improved the olive oil extraction process by using a
European scientists are sharing a sweet new solution to one of the bitter enemies of chocolate making. “We have developed technical solutions to
A new irrigation system – Waterbee – is set to reduce costs and save water.
John O’Flaherty, the project coordinator for Waterbee, explained
Several European engineering firms are collaborating on new technology that would allow cars to drive you, rather than the other way round.
Ryszard Parosa, Supervising Board President at ATON-HT SA explained: “We have developed a new technology for the treatment of materials that contain
This tannery in Silla, Spain, has made its leather production greener and safer with a new technology developed as part of an EU-funded research
Scientists are putting the finishing touches to a new way of harvesting electricity from light.
Paul Rebhan, the Global Business Development