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19 April 2018

Researchers of the University of Amsterdam’s Research Priority Area Sustainable Chemistry have developed a novel porous material capable of selectively adsorbing CO2. In the journal Inorganic...

18 April 2018

Cloud technology plays an increasingly important role in our everyday digital lives. This increase has put a strain on developers and IT administrators to manually monitor, manage, scale, and maintain...

18 April 2018

Last Thursday a 'Dronelympics' contest took place at Amsterdam Science Park. Students in the course 'Brain Powered' demonstrated the method they developed for directing drones with brain waves.

14 April 2018

Finding a good mentor is difficult but in the start-up phase of a company to be able to spar with an experienced entrepreneur is a very important aspect. Therefore the Startup and Running platform was...

13 April 2018

The Dutch contribution to the neutrino telescope KM3NeT has received an investment grant of 12.7 Million Euro. KM3NeT is one of the ten top research facilities in NWO’s “National Roadmap for...

11 April 2018

Dutch Minister of Education, Culture and Science Ingrid van Engelshoven will kick-off Girlsday 2018 together with 75 girls on Thursday April 12th. They will do this using a HoloLens. This will mark...

11 April 2018

Cell biologists at UvA's Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences which is located at Amsterdam Science Park, have developed a method that allows for the comprehensive analysis of protein profiles from...

19 March 2018

Amsterdam Science Park is planning to boost its innovation capacity with a co-creation building that unites all its strengths. The new space will bring together those active in education, research and...

19 March 2018

If data is the new gold, how can we ensure that we are all able to profit from its potential? The answer could be the Amsterdam Data Exchange (Amdex), an initiative of the Amsterdam Science Park and...

16 March 2018

Amsterdam Science Park welcomed 39 new companies last year, from start-ups to multinationals. “We saw an increasing proportion of data related companies from all sectors,” says Astrid Tuinder, who...