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Low-tech and its benefits for sustainability

RethinkX, an evaluation

RethinkX: the essentials

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 24. Chemical formulae

Chemistry vs. bacteria, # 23. Credit where credit’s due?

The power of subtlety

Pitfalls in nuclear energy risk analysis

A transition that makes use of existing energy infrastructure

Wooden windows

Cheap energy storage speeds up

100 years of chemistry vs. bacteria, episode 4. The rise of chemistry

Plastic recycling: urgent, but a major problem

A solution to the Sargassum problem

Fast and slow revolutions

The solutions are here!

New technology for drinking-water production

Battery recycling: we need to step it up

Battery technology in fast development

Manifesto ‘Waltzing with Nature’

Biobased aromatics: Europe leads the way

Plastic recycling: many technologies available, no winner, says Lux Research

Do not avoid risks, but contain them

Indirect effects, we often ignore them

Innovations: did I miss something?

Energy saving materials inspired by lizard skins and bark bugs

Recycling end-of-life tyres

Cloning monkeys: slippery slope or dead end?

Solar industry evolves to the TW scale

Solar energy will soon dominate the energy system

Bio-waste valorisation

Dutch ecomodernism: down-to-earth but also a crusade against environmentalists

Whole crop valorisation

Purification of bio-based chemicals on an industrial scale

CocoPallet: grow in niches and compete on price, says Michiel Vos

Thermocatalytic reforming makes most of biomass

Gas fermentation: another promising biobased technology

Cleantech has much more economic potential than just low CO2 energy technologies

Technology, no longer a threat

The battle of the burgers

New technologies will boost gasoline production from natural gas or waste

Cold recovery of potato proteins, a wonderful innovation

BioBTX: Dutch School of Catalysis strikes again

Biofuels without agro

China might master artificial photosynthesis and artificial meat within five years

The biobased economy challenged by shale gas, a discussion

Carbon dioxide economy

Why PEF is better than PET

R&D in chemistry and process technology