The Netherlands has proposed to assist the development of a trial vehicle designed and produced by workers of Suame Magazine in Kumasi, the Daily Graphic reports.
Well-known independent authority on search providers in the Netherlands, Topseos.co.nl, has announced the ten best SEO companies for this month.
Samsung has launched the latest Samsung Galaxy S4 mini in the Netherlands.
Scientists in the Netherlands say a smog-eating pavement is capable of reducing 45 percent of atmospheric pollution.
On Monday, Dutch infrastructure group Fastned appointed Swiss engineer ABB to supply the country with fast electric car chargers, producing a nationwide network of stations for charging electric vehicles.
IBM announced that Zwolle-based online retailer wehkamp.nl will use IBM cloud-based merchandising analytics to deal with price reductions and enhance client satisfaction and meet their needs, and develop profitability.
Dr. Peter Meijer of the Netherlands built a device called the vOICE, which turn noises into pictures. Researchers say it can potentially aid the visually impaired and can work as a substitute for invasive treatment.
A group of students from Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands have built the apparent world's first solar-powered car that can accommodate a family, theverge reports.
The Netherlands, the Dutch University of Groningen, and Thai scientist Sitisaiyidah Saiwari of the University of Twente are collaborating and working on an original way of recycling useless tires, Recycling International reported
In the Netherlands, a chain of schools are preparing to become iPad-only learning facilities, according to Gigaom.
Last week, the contest gathered more than 2,500 robotic participants from over 40 countries in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Germany, Japan, America finished at the top of robotic soccer competition.
Eindhoven plays host to RoboCup, a soccer competition among robots designed to play the sport, The Associated Press reports.
A €1 million ‘big data’ research project, acquired by IBM Inc. IBM +0.74%, will organize different data sources on water to aid officials in planning a response to flooding, check water quality, and develop navigation in the Netherlands.