250,000 Europeans suffer from Crohn’s disease. More than 700,000 patients are in the United States. There are also thousands more in Japan, Australia and Canada. […]
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A young and brand new Italian start-up aims to revolutionize water treatment processes with carbon nanotubes. Innovacarbon specializes in nanotechnology and they aim to resolve all kinds […]
It almost sounds like a utopia: When a molecular motor can be operated with just light, regardless of the ambient temperature. But beware, anyone who […]
A new nano-immune therapy that programs the immune system offers hope for patients who, after an organ transplant, have to take many medications to combat […]
Future prospects for kidney patients: from a portable dialysis device to a fully implantable artificial organ
Research by imec at Holst Centre and the Dutch Kidney Foundation opens the door to new solutions
A push button that responds to contactless movement is the answer to Covid and to a society that may be permanently more "remote" in the future.
Cross-border collaboration is vital for innovation, contends Carina Weijma. With travel at a standstill, the government must invest even more in these kinds of projects.
Back to basics. This is the successful approach of an Italian robot builder. Mechalogical is the code word.
In-Vitro Diagnostics gains ground; Holland Innovative helps med tech companies comply with new legislation
IVD testing, unlike regular screening tests, no longer needs to be performed in a medical setting, such as a hospital.
The issues raised by technology are not new. What is new, however, is that technology is increasingly interfering with our daily lives. What are our thoughts on that?
Dutch designer Joop van den Heuvel came up with a solution to the many stray face masks littering the streets and the problems that face-covering masks pose in healthcare: The See True mask.
A worldwide race is underway to find a method that speeds up medical diagnostics, makes them more convenient and cheaper. Spanish start-up Droplite is one of the contenders aiming to enter the market.
In one of the first sessions, American venture capitalists gave tips to Dutch start-ups at the online Consumer Electronics Show.
Israeli and Finnish scientists have designed a nano-hinge that can open and close with the use of light.
In 2021, an Italian company is set to introduce flexible neuroelectrodes for 'neuromonitoring' during tumor surgery. That makes it one step ahead of the American Neuralink from Elon Musk.
For data storage on a molecular level, Radboud University in Nijmegen, Netherlands has succeeded in writing 'ones' and 'zeroes'.
"Brainport can still make a huge leap when it comes to selling all those great innovations"
"We are investing extra in the key technologies in which we are or want to become leaders, and which play an important role in realizing social transitions"
"The road from a successful single square centimeter in a lab trial to a marketable product that can be sold is long"
Capital needs remain significant in Brainport’s high tech industry, but this is not a problem for everyone
"In general, start-ups and OEMs seem to be able to attract investments more easily, but this is much less the case for scale-ups"