For Innovation Origins, Jelmer Visser clarifies the corona pandemic in Europe This week: What are the experiences with curfews and is the Netherlands starting to catch up on its vaccine backlog?
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Thanks to this new tool developed by Swedish researchers, the number of corona patient hospitalizations can be predicted three weeks in advance.
Scientists at the University of Seville may have found the reason why COVID-19 patients do not notice a life-threatening oxygen deficiency - or notice it much too late.
Jelmer Visser tracks for Innovation Origins the movements of the coronary pandemic in Europe. This week: which countries score best (and worst) in vaccinating their population?
Twenty percent of the Dutch population does not want to take the corona vaccine out of a fear of needles. AINAR offers a solution in the form of a game app.
This is how innovation works: ‘Corona boosts the digitalization of public health and the medical sector’
IO regularly speaks to innovation leaders, trendsetters who are high on the innovation ladder. In this series they offer look behind the scenes in their world. Today: Carmen van Vilsteren.
A face mask that constantly sterilizes itself is the solution for those who really want to take to the streets safely. It also helps to reduce waste.
A team of researchers from Munich University of Applied Sciences has examined to what extent transparent face shields are suitable for protection against infection with the coronavirus.
Jelmer Visser explains the movements of the corona pandemic in Europe for Innovation Origins. This week: Is there really light at the end of the tunnel?
In cooperation with the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS), Forschungszentrum Jülich has calculated several possible scenarios for the further course of the corona pandemic in Germany.
Researchers at the University of Augsburg in Germany are working on an app that can detect an infection with the SARS CoV-2 coronavirus via speech. The app currently has an accuracy rate of over 80%.
The vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech is 90 percent effective. Today, the companies announced the preliminary results of their phase three trials.
A digital twin, a real-time digital replica of a physical device or a process, can help design products, shorten innovation cycles and minimize environmental impact, Helen Kardan states in her column.
The measures aimed at curbing the second corona wave are much less accepted by the German population than they were in spring. Columnist Bert Overlack attempts to explain why.
Bus company VDL has come up with several innovative solutions to significantly reduce the spread of corona in buses with the help of air purification techniques.
"The more tests are carried out, the faster this product can actually be used"
EIT InnoEnergy aims to drag start-ups that it invests in as well as it can through the corona crisis. Read how they go about that in this series.
A patient's voice can reveal whether they have the coronavirus. This is in principle an option as a trial in Italy has convincingly shown.
Italy is considering transporting future corona vaccines by drone. A trial this week went very smoothly.
Jelmer Visser explains the spread of the corona pandemic across Europe for Innovation Origins. This week: what went wrong with the Swedish fairy tale?