German researchers were able to show in a study that two diabetes drugs are highly effective in the treatment of heart failure.
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Airbus has presented three concepts for the world's first zero-emission commercial aircraft, which could be in service by 2035.
The Eindhoven based startup develops bioelectronic foils that can be inserted below the skin in a minimally invasive procedure.
In addition to the race against time to develop a vaccine against Covid-19, another race is underway. When will the first quick saliva test be released on the market?
Innovation Origins rewarded ROOSH with a Gerard & Anton Award in July. ROOSH rapidly conquered the airport parking market.
Nijmegen start-up develops new test that not only measures the presence, but also the carcinogenic activity of the HPV virus
The Mayflower has embarked on its first voyage as an autonomous ship. The Oceanbird was also introduced last week.
“The Brainport-way of System thinking: a model for uniting high tech and project management around the world”
"We also know that you can only conquer the world of project management step by step"
German scientists have shown in a study that a genetic predisposition for the age-related form of Alzheimer's disease influences the brain at an early stage.
In an international study, scientists have shown that allergic reactions can provide protection against infections with Staphylococcus aureus, one of the most feared hospital germs.
“Brainport is world-class in Systems Engineering” – sounds good, but how do you secure that position?
"Despite being world-class, we do not have programs in systems engineering for high-tech equipment at our universities. We want to change this."
21 days without producing waste or emitting CO2 when you travel, plus eating vegan? The Climars app challenges people to live more sustainably.
Scientists at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena in Germany are researching sustainable plastics that are capable of self-healing, have intelligent properties and can be recycled if required.
An education-oriented start-up aims to help universities set up programs and incubators for entrepreneurial students.
The dinosaurs are almost burnt up and the tree huggers are building the next unicorns.
"If we can make our knowledge more explicit and develop activities such as events and education, then we can accelerate the learning curve around systems engineering"
Our columnists are working on solutions to the problems of our time. In the section Tomorrow is Good, they write about their ideas and dreams for the future.
Hydrogen is becoming an important energy carrier in the circular economy. Scientist Fausto Gallucci creates a reactor to make more sustainable hydrogen.
Availability anywhere: Amber chooses home base Eindhoven as the first city for a system without hubs
As of today you can take or leave your Amber car anywhere in Eindhoven, and pick one up at five minutes walking distance
COVID-19 has changed businesses in a dramatic way - it remains a challenge to make the right decisions and find the right tools to overcome this