A Dutch seismic imaging company are using gravitational wave research to develop a sensor that could be used in the space revolution.
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Exactly two weeks before the start of the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, Solar Team Eindhoven has received a replacement for its damaged solar panel on […]
“The Stella Era marks the beginning of a new era wherein the car no is no longer just focused only on itself,” is how Mick […]
Solar Team Eindhoven ‘s first few meters with ‘Stella X’ – and off to the World Solar Challenge 2019.
(This article was also published on Cursor.) Thie coming weeks, Solar Team Eindhoven hopes to pull off its first few meters with the fourth and […]
When two groups of students at the same university – TU Eindhoven – independently think about sustainable mobility concepts of the future, two different concepts emerge: the […]
It hasn’t been without any trouble or hiccups, but this morning Stella Vie from Solar Team Eindhoven brilliantly finished in Adelaide. With such a strong […]
Stella Vie, the third member of the Stella family that is going to participate in the World Solar Challenge, is about to depart for Australia. […]
Students at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) presented Stella Vie, a solar car for 5 occupants, this Wednesday. The team is looking to this car […]
Under the watchful eye of Minister Henk Kamp solar car Stella Lux yesterday led the first lap of the race on the circuit of Laguna […]
Recently the e52 High Tech Piek Awards were presented to nine people who made a significant contribution in the high tech arena (or from whom […]
Story by Chris de Zeeuw “Fossil fuels aren’t forever. We are going to have to live more sustainably and we need to make sure that […]
Solar Team Eindhoven is presenting its new solar vehicle. It is a self-sufficient house on wheels that the students will be touring Europe with over the coming weeks.
It seems that there is just a case of 'either-or’ in the mobility discussion. Bernd Maier-Leppla believes ‘both-if' would make things all a bit more relaxed.
The IAA is inherently a car show, but in Munich there will be as many bicycles and E-scooters on display as cars. Moreover, the focus is on autonomous driving and sustainable mobility concepts.
Thales Alenia is going to supply the technology for the world's only network of satellites in low earth orbit.
The hydrogen car was not killed by an ominous "electro-lobby," but is simply not competitive in its current form, says columnist Bernd Maier-Leppla.
Researchers at the Vienna University of Technology and Utrecht University have succeeded in penetrating opaque material with special light waves as if the material didn't even exist.
Running is a popular sport. Especially in this day and age. Except that many people also stop running again. Industrial designer Daphne Menheere researched how you can motivate people to keep running.
Monday sees the birth of Europe's largest automobile manufacturer. Fiat is giving the newly born company an idea of what the future holds.
Solar Team Eindhoven is changing course. Following the solar-powered family car, this year the team is working on another type of vehicle.