Especially during the corona crisis, remote maintenance and repair proved to be the solution to keep ships afloat and save on costs.
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Doctors, nurses or shift workers often suffer from an irregular work schedule. They are more easily irritated, more tired and their normal sleep/wake rhythm is […]
It’s a godsend for anyone who has a habit of putting their smartphone in the back pocket of their pants. Because plenty of glass screens […]
Technological advancements have created new opportunities for enhancing the quality of life for people with various disabilities. The Spanish start-up Eyesynth wants to improve day-to-day […]
Dimenco demonstrates its 8K Simulated Reality development kit at CES Veldhoven based Dimenco has used the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to introduce […]
From 2021 on, the member states of the European Union will pay 80 cents per kilo of non-recyclable plastic packaging to the European Commission. What will be the effect of this?
Innovation Origins presented Bright Photonics with a Gerard & Anton Award in July. This Dutch start-up provides services in the field of photonic chips for faster, energy-efficient communication.
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.
PWXR came up with an active e-sports competition for students, a "great alternative for the introduction period."
Innovation Origins rewarded TrueSim with a Gerard & Anton Award in July. Their symptom-simulating dummy helps trainee doctors in how to treat real patients.
"If we don't act, antibiotic-resistant infections threaten to become the leading cause of death worldwide by the year 2050."
Starting this fall, Total Productivity will demonstrate a software package to support operators in the manufacturing industry in Brainport Industries Campus
Every other week EV specialist and Innovation Origins columnist Auke Hoekstra discusses what caught his eye on topical issues or what he runs into where the preservation of our planet is concerned.
Scientists from Germany and Australia have developed an ultra-thin endoscope using a 3D printer.
Every week we provide a follow-up to our best read stories. This week we are taking a look at what the battery of the future will be like.
The German Max-Planck institute has designed the lightest mirror in the world that can be used for further developing quantum computers.
High Tech Campus Eindhoven in the Netherlands aims to be the most sustainable tech hub in the world and the brand new smart office villa is set to attract plenty of international talent.
Innovation Origins regularly speaks to innovation leaders, trendsetters who are high on the innovation ladder. Today, Hassan Charaf, Head of Innovation at Schiphol airport.
An Italian-American investigation has revealed the secret of domes built without the use of formwork or scaffolding. This science can be very useful for modern […]
In an exciting finale, German start-up Munevo has snatched the title “Innovation Origins Start-up of the Year.” The Munevo company, which markets a smart glass […]