This year, the innovative, Utrecht (The Netherlands) based water company Nelen & Schuurmans will open an office in Taiwan. In cooperation with local companies and […]
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Taiwan based Delta Electronics chooses Automotive Campus Helmond for Expansion of European Operations
Delta Electronics, a global provider of power and thermal management solutions with core competencies in high-efficiency power electronics and system integration, has chosen the Automotive […]
John Jorritsma is head of the delegation Eight startups and scale-ups from Brainport Eindhoven have today left for one of the largest technology and IT […]
Program Director Naomie Verstraeten of Brainport Development and Director General Lia Ming Liu of the Taiwanese Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) signed a Memorandum of […]
Holst Centre on the High Tech Campus, the smart mobility projects of the university, the living lab on the Stratumseind, the high number of patents, […]
Etulipa, a Dutch startup company in reflective digital outdoor displays, changes from pilot production to mass production in cooperation with United Radiant Technology in Taiwan, […]
Brainport already had the strongest Taiwan-connection of the country, but after the recent visit of Mayor Rob Gijzel and Brainport program manager Naomie Verstraeten to […]
Data journalist Jelmer Visser sheds light on the corona crisis every week with his graphics and maps. This week: the alternatives to a curfew.
Let’s not take life’s lessons for granted. Let's let our hair down and feel free to look at what needs to be done with a sense of authenticity and fun!
Dutch water company Nelen & Schuurmans is traveling the world with their prediction models. According to general manager Fons Nelen, the Netherlands can become a leading country in the field of water
EIT InnoEnergy aims to drag start-ups that it invests in as well as it can through the corona crisis. Read how they go about that in this series.
Jelmer Visser explains the spread of the corona pandemic across Europe for Innovation Origins. This week: what went wrong with the Swedish fairy tale?
Jelmer Visser explains the spread of the corona pandemic in Europe for Innovation Origins. Today: Which line of defense prevents a total lockdown?
Jelmer Visser analyzes weekly for Innovation Origins the movements of the corona pandemic in Europe. Today: why a severe lockdown is not a key to success.
Each week, Jelmer Visser analyzes the spread of the corona pandemic across Europe for Innovation Origins. Today: What we can learn from a regional approach.
Is the second corona wave as bad as the first or is Europe managing to limit its impact with smart measures? Data journalist Jelmer Visser continues to follow developments closely.
By the year 2030, the countries of the European Union intend to cover about one-third of their energy needs with renewable energy sources. Solar energy […]
The highly infectious SARS-CoV-2 virus is transmitted by droplets that are released into the environment when people speak, sneeze, or cough. When we move around […]
The coronavirus has become an integral part of everyday life. In January we were surprised by the bizarre lockdown in China. Less than six months […]
When Frits van Hout, a member of ASML’s Executive Board, looks out of the window on the 17th floor of his Veldhoven office, he can […]