TU Eindhoven is bringing hydrogen as a source of energy for households one step closer

A fridge-sized electrolyzer for each neighbourhood: this device stores all the energy from the solar panels on the roofs in the neighbourhood during the day as hydrogen. Underground gas pipes then transport hydrogen to the homes where the central heating boiler has...

Tomorrow is Good: Go big or go home

Start-ups face challenges on many different levels and it's the ultimate balancing game. You need to have a team in order to deliver your proposal. And in order to get a team, you need funding, and in order to get funding you need ... well a team that is able to...

Hiccups are key to a baby’s development

We all get the hiccups from time to time. Nevertheless, it is mainly babies who get the hiccups after they have drunk something. Parents try everything they can to stop the hiccups. If you enter the search term "hiccup babies" into Google, you'll get almost 700,000...

Professor: ‘Involve companies in scientific research from the outset’

"Get science and industry to work together from the outset to ensure that everyone benefits from major scientific research." This is the message that Marco Beijersbergen, Professor of Physical Instrumentation, is delivering to visitors at the annual Precision Fair....

Start-up of the day: the greening of the fuel-guzzling shipping industry

We4Sea helps ship charterers and ship owners to reduce the fuel consumption and emissions of their ships. And they do this without needing to install sensors on board. This energy-intensive sector can reap substantial profits with the help of big data. Especially now...

Saxion wants to build a drone that cannot only see and hear, but touch and grab things as well

A drone with a camera can be bought in any toy store. Many of them have a built-in microphone and some of them can even pick up odours. But actually taking immediate action on the basis of what it makes visible, audible or smelling, that was quite difficult until now....

Skis and other means of snow mobility – four new technologies

The first snow has long since fallen in the Alps. And the Christmas holidays aren't that far away either. It's high time to explore the latest options for snow mobility. Obviously, skiing is the most important branch of winter sports. Yet by no means the only one. All...

Innovation project becomes start-up: Robot Sara reduces the workload of healthcare employees

There are many employees with a colleague named Sara. But if SARA stands for Social & Autonomous Robotic Health Assistant, that's probably not a colleague you are used to. SARA is the 'robot care colleague' that the Eindhoven-based company Bright Cape has...

Hiccups are key to a baby’s development

We all get the hiccups from time to time. Nevertheless, it is mainly babies who get the hiccups after they have drunk something. Parents try everything they can to stop the hiccups. If you enter the search term "hiccup babies" into Google, you'll get almost 700,000...

Hiccups are key to a baby’s development

We all get the hiccups from time to time. Nevertheless, it is mainly babies who get the hiccups after they have drunk something. Parents try everything they can to stop the hiccups. If you enter the...

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What makes a pop hit such a classic?

Have you always wanted to write a pop music classic? Good news! Prof. Dr. Stefan Kölsch and PhD student Vincent Ka Ming Cheung from the Max-Planck-Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences in...

Tomorrow is Good: Go big or go home

Start-ups face challenges on many different levels and it’s the ultimate balancing game. You need to have a team in order to deliver your proposal. And in order to get a team, you need...

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