Corona-pivot offers Arnhem based De Vorm a machine that can help stores and offices to remain virus-free.
The Eindhoven based startup develops bioelectronic foils that can be inserted below the skin in a minimally invasive procedure.
"The goal is earning power for the Netherlands, a global top position for our manufacturing industry, and a focused approach to our major societal challenges."
“The Brainport-way of System thinking: a model for uniting high tech and project management around the world”
"We also know that you can only conquer the world of project management step by step"
“Brainport is world-class in Systems Engineering” – sounds good, but how do you secure that position?
"Despite being world-class, we do not have programs in systems engineering for high-tech equipment at our universities. We want to change this."
"If we can make our knowledge more explicit and develop activities such as events and education, then we can accelerate the learning curve around systems engineering"
Availability anywhere: Amber chooses home base Eindhoven as the first city for a system without hubs
As of today you can take or leave your Amber car anywhere in Eindhoven, and pick one up at five minutes walking distance
Triton is ready to support use cases such as free navigation, high-precision docking, and virtual line following.
The intensive care unit of the UMCG receives 450,000 euros to find out why COVID-19 patients are much more often overweight in the ICU
"To make sure that you always get that energy exactly where and when you need it, you need smart storage and conversion."
Dutch government’s Corona Bridging Loan became the lifebuoy for the market leader in Same Day Delivery
"When the Netherlands closed down, people started ordering a lot more online. From mid-March onwards, we saw a growth of 169 percent in a short period of time. That was a big problem."
"Companies that begin revising their long-term strategies now may emerge stronger in the next normal"
Wastefront's 'new' raw materials can be reutilized in processes such as alternative fuel or ground rubber manufacturing
Long-term exposure to traffic noise may impact weight gain, Oxford study says. But not in the Netherlands
"The data revealed a 2% increase in obesity prevalence for every 10dB of added noise"
Research report ABN AMRO: Agritech awaits stormy growth due to scarcity of staff and the importance of sustainability
"If we don't act, antibiotic-resistant infections threaten to become the leading cause of death worldwide by the year 2050."
Users continue to shift from analog media, such as television or radio, towards video and music streaming alternatives
Half of the total Dutch production value and a quarter of all jobs end up in this province - biotech in particular is growing rapidly
Vanderlande wants to test technological innovations that will enhance airport processes
More than 600 Dutch start-ups, scale-ups and innovative SMEs received a loan for a total amount of 217 million euros.