4 Reasons to consider the Expert’s Advice with Caution An increasing number of researchers and innovators are getting convinced of the power of cross-industry learning. Rather than reinventing the wheel, research of existing knowledge is done, often leading to inspiration and solutions from other domains. So far, so good. Even excellent! In a next phase, […]
The manufacturing industry has to roll up its sleeves and re-think its new product development strategy. It is essential to go beyond refining existing products.
Hydrogen is the fuel of the future. But when? And what about batteries?
‘Minority Report’, the best-selling film, envisions urban architecture in 2054 with full 3D mobility and electric vehicles produced in fully automated facilities. Future, or is it already happening? This blog post provides a clear vision of how various players are shaping the mobility landscape of tomorrow.
Electric Vehicles (EV) are the future of mobility. But high costs prevent mainstream adoption. We brainstormed 4 creative but practical ways to lower production costs.
Creax helped Solvay to valorize a substantial waste stream. Mountains of previously space-consuming limestone are now being sold very profitably.
In times of crisis, everything changes. The only solution to be ready for the new normal is innovation. How to survive a crisis? Realise that innovation is crucial, be open for change (embrace it) and learn from what is known already.
The corona crisis is an unforeseen challenge that we need to solve as quickly as possible. And a lot is already happening. The confusing and uncertain situation highlights how crucial innovation really is.
The Corona virus forces us to work together in a new and isolated way. Thanks to the internet, we can work from a remote location, but there are some hurdles along the way. Here are some of our experiences and tips for working from home.
Every problem has already been solved by someone. Creax wondered to what extent this philosophy is being applied for dealing with the corona crisis.