The successful treatment of patients with chronic paraplegia by the Eindhoven based startup GTX Medical will get its next phase in 2020. The company, co-founded by Sjaak Deckers, Grégoire Courtine...Read More
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Three patients with chronic paraplegia were able to walk thanks to precise electrical stimulation of their spinal cords via a wireless implant. In a double study published in Nature and Nature...Read More
Initiated by E52 and High Tech Campus, the 10 most promising startups-to-watch from the Brainport Eindhoven region have been announced for the fourth consecutive year. On July 12th they received a...Read More
Technology and science also need a little miracle once every while. Take G-Therapeutics, the Swiss-Dutch MedTech startup on High Tech Campus Eindhoven that scooped up €36 million in funding earlier...Read More
Ten startups from Eindhoven have been honoured with the Gerard and Anton Award 2016. The jury of the awards thinks these ten have all it takes to follow the footsteps of Gerard and Anton Philips...Read More
Here they are, the winners of the 2016 Gerard & Anton Philips Awards. In a fully packed Tuchthuis in Eindhoven, these ten startups were honoured for their efforts in aiming to become the next...Read More
G-Therapeutics has raised € 36 million to develop its novel neuro-stimulation therapy for people with spinal cord injuries (SCI). G-Therapeutics is a spin-off from École Polytechnique Fédérale de...Read More
Today is part two of the interview with Sjaak Deckers, co-founder and first CEO of Sapiens Steering Brain Stimulation, who, together with the more recent CEO, Jan Keltjens, sold his start-up to the...Read More
Tomorrow, 9 July, the new top 10 Eindhoven start-ups will be announced. But first, let’s look back at last year’s list. What happened to those promising start-ups? We ask Sjaak Deckers,...Read More
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