Advanced piezo-electric wafer stage
Keeping up with the demand for manufacturing growth is the main challenge for the entire semiconductor industry.
In the fight against cardiovascular disease, stents and grafts are implanted in patients to support or repair damaged or high-risk vessels.
The goal is to develop a self-learning module that can monitor and diagnose climate systems in large buildings.
Humanity is facing an unprecedented challenge: global warming, driven by carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from fossil sources such as oil and gas. However, these emissions, if captured, can be a renewable carbon source with applications such as crop growth and sustainable fuel synthesis.
The need to reduce CO2 emissions makes energy in the built environment a key issue given that inefficient buildings represent around 35% of the total energy consumption.
This project focuses on replacing single-use food packaging with reusable and recyclable, bio-based packaging and will be applied in a living lab.
Direct Air Capture 2.0
Carbyon is developing technology to capture CO2 directly from ambient air (Direct Air Capture, DAC). The captured CO2 can be converted into a renewable carbon source in various ways.
The concentration of nitrogen dioxide and particulate matter is still too high in the Netherlands according to WHO guideline values in 2021.
Installations in buildings are responsible for around 35% of all energy consumption, approximately 20% of which is due to inefficient operations.