Chemical engineers at the University of Groningen have developed a cost-saving, energy-efficient innovation for water authorities. The addition of coal dust makes sewage sludge easier to de-water and generates biomass that can be used as fuel. This will enable water authorities to save up to a few million euros a year.
Wetterskip Fryslân in Heerenveen is currently running a large-scale test with the new working method.
With the XS grants, NWO strives to encourage curiosity-driven and bold research involving a quick analysis of a promising idea. A special aspect is that the applicants themselves assess the other applications.
Digital Health Care Technologies, also known as eHealth, could drastically change the field of healthcare. The combination of Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, wearables, telehealth, telemonitoring, and Artificial Intelligence is opening new...
The timing, route, and destination for godwit migration is learned rather than innate. Researchers at the University of Groningen discovered this in a daring experiment, which has been published in the latest issue of the journal Current Biology.
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