In the midst of the battle between the alpha and beta universities for big money, there is some leeway for bringing the two directions a little closer together. The Mondriaan Fund is creating two...Read More
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“We train the engineers of the future.” With this statement, Isabelle Reymen, director of TU/e innovation Space, unveiled the final student presentations from the education programs at...Read More
TU/e innovation Space operates as a student community that facilitates and supports interdisciplinary challenge-based education, engineering design, and entrepreneurship. It is a place where...Read More
TU/e Contest, a collaboration between the TU Eindhoven, youth marketing agency Soapbox and more than 20 leading companies and organizations from the Brainport region, enters its fourth edition under...Read More
Bas Verkaik and Tom Selten are still known as members of the student teams STORM and Solar Team Eindhoven. At the moment they are the pioneers of the new Innovation Space, the place at the...Read More
Bas Verkaik and Tom Selten are still known as members of the student teams STORM and Solar Team Eindhoven. At the moment they are the pioneers of the new Innovation Space, the place at the university where students, employees,...Read More
Bas Verkaik and Tom Selten are well known as members of the student teams STORM and Solar Team Eindhoven. At the moment they are the pioneers of the new Innovation Space, the place at the university...Read More
Monday, September 4, the new academic year was officially opened, also at the Eindhoven University of Technology. On top of speeches by rector Frank Baaijens and guest lecturer Alexander Pechtold, Tessie Hartjes could address...Read More
The winners of the third edition of TU/e Contest, the innovation contest for students of the Eindhoven University of Technology, went home with money prizes and a workplace in the new Innovation Space. Jackx and eMinds won in...Read More
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) has designated the MOBiLus consortium as the winning Innovation Community on Urban Mobility. The winning project has a budget of 1.6 billion...Read More
The Dutch High Tech Sector wants to bond with Germany: From trading partners to being the centre of global innovation
There is no doubt that the Netherlands and Germany are natural trading partners. But in order to (continue to) play a role on a global level, it is necessary to come closer together in the field of...Read More
On behalf of the European Space Agency( ESA), the Eindhoven-based company HighTechXL is to market space technology which have been developed within the ESA. In doing so, HighTechXL, propelled by the...Read More
Martijn Rutten is a technology entrepreneur with a long history in challenging software projects. CTO at Othera, changing the lending market with a blockchain-based fintech platform. He coached many...Read More
It is common knowledge nowadays. The German automobile industry is in a bind. But German cities are also struggling with the transition to a sustainable urban traffic model – the...Read More
Students of today are the engineers of the future. They are facing major societal challenges in areas such as sustainability and the environment. But what is it like to work on a groundbreaking...Read More
Nothing seems more inventive than the world of fashion. Yet despite constant renewal, there is still plenty of room for innovation in fashion. The Foundry project was set up for that purpose. It is...Read More
Innovation Origins 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 Carlo van...Read More
The days when an inventor sat behind closed doors tinkering with groundbreaking technology are over. Nowadays, scientists from a variety of backgrounds work together to come up with an invention or...Read More
Water Authority Zeeland seeks innovations in the fight against climate change: “If we don’t do it, who will?”
Zeeland, on the Dutch North Sea coast, is not the first province you think of when it comes to innovation. All the more reason for Innovation Origins to adjust that image. In six episodes we show a...Read More
Czech start-up Spaceflow is introducing technology to one of the most old-fashioned sectors – that of residential and office property rentals. “Our aim is to help digitize life in...Read More
Nitrogen oxides (NO and NO2) are emitted primarily during combustion processes which involve coal, oil, gas, wood, waste and engines. But they are also generated during industrial processes and in...Read More
It was cynicism that prevailed in recent days during the debate on the German climate deal (see summary of the deal below). It is striking that it is not only the usual suspects, such as...Read More
National Living Lab Smart Cities: ‘Municipalities need to talk to residents about digitisation of public spaces’.
Good ideas are pouring in which are set to improve the city. Usually these are combined with the availability of digital information that is passed on very promptly so residents can move around...Read More
Rotterdam in the race to become innovation capital of Europe: “We want to show what we have to offer”.
Tension is rising in Rotterdam now that it has been announced that the city has a chance of being elected European capital of innovation next month. “We want to show the whole world what...Read More
Fifty years ago, almost to the day, on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first man to step onto the moon. Since then, NASA has had six more manned lunar missions, of which the last one took...Read More
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