Together with international colleagues, German scientists have designed a life-support system for the city of "Nüwa", which is to serve one million people on Mars.
With lectures from Katleen Gabriels, Marko Jelicic and Annelien German and documentaries about Oliver Sacks, discriminatory facial recognition and Deep Brain Stimulation.
The Tamacoachee trains Psychology students in coaching skills. The app provides individual feedback that allows students to practice these skills at home.
The Dutch company SALD expects to be able to provide batteries with an ultra-thin layer that makes batteries three times more powerful by 2022 or 2023 at the earliest.
"The question should not be how we shape digital transformation in an organization, but why"
Every week we follow up on one of our best read stories here. This week: smart traffic lights from Vienna will improve traffic flow. How will this contribute to autonomous transport?
Many managers do not look forward to the annual feedback interviews with their employees. What if we left this job to robots? Read about this in the column from HR specialist Wendy van Ierschot.
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.
Signify will install 15 Philips UV-C disinfection upper air luminaires
Eveline van Zeeland slams her laptop shut at online congresses where people are not the number one priority. "Basically, every study should have a specified amount of credits set aside for ethics."
A headband designed to absorb the painful effects of an MRI scan is one example of the successful collaboration between patient and hospital.
The PoSTuRE project is developing a new surgical method for scoliosis patients that will drastically reduce the number of repeat operations.
Researchers from TU Eindhoven (TU/e), together with its European research partners in the TRIANKLE consortium, have received a grant of €5.9 million for the development of bio-implants.
Brabant start-up Rural Spark strengthens position in Sub-Saharan Africa by raising € 3.5 million growth capital
The capital enables the company to grow, enter new markets, and further innovate its modular energy solution
The Dutch student team RenewCO2 at TU/e is working on a technique that converts CO2 into formic acid. Using just electricity and water, the greenhouse gas is converted into a CO2-neutral chemical.
Half of Europe-based SMEs are concerned that they are missing out on the advantages of AI applications because they do not have the ability to implement these yet.
'Een van de belangrijkste aspecten van dit onderzoek, is dat er met waterstof gevlogen wordt, dat wereldwijd gezien wordt als een van de belangrijkste kanshebbers voor duurzame luchtvaart'
In cooperation with the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS), Forschungszentrum Jülich has calculated several possible scenarios for the further course of the corona pandemic in Germany.
"Anything that can help us innovate our ideas about innovation can help keep Brainport at the top for the next ten years"
Migraine is one of the main causes of chronic health problems for people under 50 years of age. Salvia is working on a solution.
"When it comes to our future prosperity, safety comes a long way before accessibility"
Scientists of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg, together with project partners in Vietnam and Germany, have found new ways to recycle by-products from agricultural production.
Scientists at the German Leibniz Institute for Catalysis have discovered a method that uses sunlight to fully degrade organic contaminants in wastewater.
"This shows scaling potential for other smart stadiums and smart city applications."
Less traffic and more green spaces - superblocks can give back liveable public spaces to local residents. Initial findings confirm the validity of the model, but also reveal unwanted consequences.
Going to a good game at the stadium or watching a match in front of the telly. The women and men from the Dutch national football teams have wee nieces and nephews: Soccer robots.
"We not only improve accessibility to and between economic top locations in the economic engine of the South, but the system also generates money"
Researchers at the University of Augsburg in Germany are working on an app that can detect an infection with the SARS CoV-2 coronavirus via speech. The app currently has an accuracy rate of over 80%.
"We feel the urgency to create an environment where we help companies and organizations to apply this technology in their businesses, innovations, and processes."
Big Data is a much-misunderstood concept, referring to the processing of vast amounts of information, far too large for traditional systems and techniques to handle