Last year it was a TU München student who ran off with the first prize, this year the jury couldn’t help but designate a local Eindhoven candidate as the winner of the European Venture...Read More
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The Gerard & Anton Awards have been presented again! So it’s high time we took a closer look at the winners and what we can expect from these start-ups in the coming years. Today: Hable....Read More
The Eindhoven-headquartered scientific research project Phoenix has entered the final year of its EU Horizon 2020 funding, as it pursues its mission of devising sensors and technology that can reach...Read More
Tomorrow is Good: Will we recognize 2020-2030 as the decade when we’ll all be able to live in abundance?
For me, the past decade has made many dreams come true. Solar, wind and electric vehicles broke through. I’m building a beautiful energy-positive house. Plus I got the chance to lead a massive...Read More
So, everyone back from their Christmas break? Then we can start our Start-up of the Month contest all over again! Each workday Innovation Origins selects a European Start-up of the Day and each week...Read More
”Your sneak preview of the future” is the slogan of Innovation Origins, and that’s just what we will highlight with our Start-up of the Week column. Over the past few days, five start-ups of the day...Read More
So far, it has not been possible to create a properly functioning algorithm that can flawlessly recognize and discard deepfake videos that appear on the Internet. This is a cause for concern,...Read More
Imagine being able to project a holographic desktop anywhere you like, without the need to carry your phone or laptop – just like in a sci fi movie. Well, technology like this is what the...Read More
The Munich-based start-up GRDXKN has developed a new technology that gives textiles specific properties in the printing process. The innovative material can be used in many different ways –...Read More
As a celebration of its 10th anniversary, Automotive Campus Helmond, together with TNO, is organising the mobility debate “Realistic Routes to Paris”. In this debate, on 3 December,...Read More
The sales roll-out of the Samsung Galaxy Fold seems to be running a bit sluggish at the moment. Not just due to a few teething problems. Take the display, for example, which still tends to shut down...Read More
Bachelor student Johannes Střelka-Petz has designed a portable Braille keyboard for the blind and visually impaired. OSKAR, the prototype’s name, is an open source project. The blueprints and...Read More
Twenty tech entrepreneurs from Europe will be immersing themselves in the world of international entrepreneurship. They are participating in the fifth edition of the European Venture Programme...Read More
Without nanotechnology, hardly anything is possible in many areas of everyday life anymore, because, with the help of nanotechnology, techniques, structures, and systems can be developed that give...Read More
Exactly one year ago, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on genome editing. The ruling is controversial within the scientific community. Austrian research institutions, along with other...Read More
Microbiologist and fashion designer Anke Domaske developed a textile fibre from cow’s milk. The milk fibre QMILK is ecologically and biologically degradable and exceptionally skin-friendly....Read More
In cycling, teams constantly try to outdo each other. Not only with the most advanced use of materials, but also by improving nutrition, training methods and all kinds of other areas. That’s why...Read More
As the sun slowly set at the High Tech Campus Eindhoven, Innovation Origins presented the Gerard & Awards for the sixth time in a row. Ten new winners, who will be listed in an illustrious list....Read More
When an e-commerce company is making headway and has already overgrown the size of a small webshop but doesn’t have the turnover of a shop like Zalando yet, keeping the fast pace of growth becomes...Read More
This year’s Take Festival in Vienna was for the first time the venue of a symposium dedicated to new technologies in fashion. A Take on Tech, the name of the event, was dedicated to innovative...Read More
Until a few years ago, clothing served only to protect people and at the same time still had fashionable aspects. But meanwhile, our second skin can do more and more. The measurement of body data...Read More
There are many different visions about the future of autonomous driving. One question that comes up in this context is: what does the passenger actually do when his car becomes an intelligent...Read More
VIENNA, November 26, 2018 – In the coming weeks we will be looking at the state of the art in ski equipment technology. We will start with ski clothing. Further topics are accessories, ski...Read More
VIENNA, November 21, 2018 – Wolfgang Langeder has developed an alarm-secured backpack in his startup. The app-controlled system goes beyond pure distance measurement and alerts the owner...Read More
Young chemistry companies take part in the Gouden KIEM competition organized by the research organization NWO and Holland Chemistry. The winner will receive 25.000 euro prize money. This year all...Read More
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