After a long day at work, lots of people want to play a game on their phone or iPad. Aimlessly move the candies in CandyCrush, […]
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At the end of January it was still a message that seemed strange to most Madrileños. In Chinatown, located in the Usera district in Madrid, […]
“Can everyone hear me?” It must be pretty much the most spoken sentence over the past few weeks.This sentence resounded through the digital ether even […]
The population is rising and we are getting older and older. As a result, healthcare is becoming more and more expensive. We need to redesign […]
There are many employees with a colleague named Sara. But if SARA stands for Social & Autonomous Robotic Health Assistant, that’s probably not a colleague […]
A projection on the wall, whether or not supported by music – this is what helps the elderly in a care facility become more relaxed […]
Patients with chronic conditions are the biggest users of the majority of healthcare resources. The Norwegian start-up Dignio is working towards a system that allows […]
Artificial intelligence, which monitors people’s well-being, as an extra pair of eyes for healthcare providers. This is what Kepler Vision Technologies, a spin-off from the […]
Smart*Light: X-Rays for use in healthcare and to investigate constructions and century old paintings
It’s one of the ten nominees for Dutch “National Icon” and maybe one of the lesser known ones. High time to show what Smart*Light, a […]
Doctors have too little time for their patients – and the communication between doctor and patient is problematic due to the knowledge gap between layman […]
Jobs, jobs and jobs. Politicians and news outlets talk and write a lot about jobs. The creation of it, the loss of jobs, and how […]
Healthworks is Philips’ first global collaboration program for startups focused on artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare. The 12-week program gives 19 AI startups access to […]
In a weekly column, alternately written by Lucien Engelen, Maarten Steinbuch, Carlo van de Weijer, Daan Kersten and Tessie Hartjes, E52 tries to find out […]
Philips Electronics has been awarded a 1 Million euro prize for developing an easy to use test that can diagnose patients and tell whether or […]
Tomorrow is good. In a weekly column, alternately written by Lucien Engelen, Maarten Steinbuch, Carlo van de Weijer and Daan Kersten, E52 tries to find […]
Dutch Technology Week: Slimmer Leven 2020 looks to ignite the conversation about innovating Healthcare
If health care professionals are on one side, and patients and consumers are on the other, Slimmer Leven 2020 is somewhere in between. The co-operation looks […]
"The goal is earning power for the Netherlands, a global top position for our manufacturing industry, and a focused approach to our major societal challenges."
Diabetes type 2 can potentially be prevented in individuals who are affected by fatty liver. Research shows that glucagon resistance may be the common factor between these diseases.
For Innovation Origins, Jelmer Visser analyzes the development of the corona pandemic in Europe. Today: why we're in worse shape than in July, but much better than in March.
Each week in this section we provide a follow-up to the best-read stories on our website. And today: Never again a national lockdown?