Amsterdam is building 10,000 square meters of smart blue-green rooftops to protect the city from heat stress and flooding. Hopefully these will also promote biodiversity.
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Shared solutions: To maintain its top global ranking, Brabant logistics depends on innovation and collaboration
Stakeholders in Brabant’s fast-growing logistics industry are working to resolve a range of challenges. These include skills shortages, overloaded transport infrastructure and environmental impact. The […]
In the centre of the Ketelhuisplein, the province of Brabant has built a living lab, with an overview of the most striking innovations from this […]
Remove Mother's Day from the corner of roses and greeting cards! Make sure that on this day we celebrate the real impact that motherhood has on society and the economy, argues columnist Helen Kardan.
Innovation is important in the manufacturing world to stay ahead of competitors and embrace the change of new technology and trends.
This year, the Dutch king is celebrating his birthday in the city where creativity and technical ingenuity go hand in hand, Eindhoven. Read about how the city is making it a digital celebration.
To answer the needs of society, the AI Innovation Center wants to industrialize Artificial Intelligence
The Brainport Eindhoven AI Innovation Center was officially opened with the 'AI Leadership Forum'. In keynotes and round tables, an appeal was made to create impact through AI leadership.
The Italian Institute of Technology is a driver of technological innovation. Director Metta says in an interview with IO that he aims to create an Italian Fraunhofer.
From university lab to multi-million dollar company: ‘I want to show students that their ideas can lead to successful companies’
The 5G network is taking shape, photonics is becoming increasingly important and EFFECT Photonics is growing and thriving. President Boudewijn Docter talks about the world of entrepreneurship.
The platform offers a combination of health diagnostics, digital coaching and offers personalized nutrition.
Paul de Krom, CEO and chair of the board at TNO, believes that in addition to a European joining of forces, cooperation between neighboring countries is also very important.
Researchers from TU Eindhoven and Radboudumc have succeeded in growing a lifelike piece of bone tissue from human stem cells.
Our columnist Eugène Franken is fascinated by innovative German weapons from World War II. These were marked by an unprecedented explosion of creativity and craftsmanship.
Advanced robots that run qPCR machines, overseen by a cloud operating software. That's the future of testing, according to an initiative from former pandemic-ridden area of Bergamo.
The innovations are not for sale, but to be shown to a wide audience and give them a flying start
Cutting down on nitrogen is paramount when it comes to design, construction and utilities. Start-ups can carry out experiments at the NoNo house located on the grounds of TU Delft.
Strategic collaboration with Mount Sinai to help Preceyes’ robot-assisted ocular surgical procedures enter the American market
"This is a major recognition of the technology’s potential impact on ocular surgery and the company’s position in the field of high-precision medical robotics."
"With higher education and real-life experience on their resume, nurses can become future leaders of healthcare"
According to researchers at the Max-Planck Institute in Germany, it is impossible to program an algorithm that can detect whether or not a superintelligent AI might harm the world.
Catalonia has rapidly become a major European hub for digital innovation and biomedical technology. But the future lies in industrial technology.