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.
It looks like a lamppost, but Signify turned it into an intelligent communicator – New York is installing half a million of them
The systems supports noise and motion monitoring, gunshot detection, air quality, ice and snow detection, weather detection, traffic optimization, parking management, digital kiosks, and more
Study: existing tuberculosis vaccine is safe, stimulates the immune system, and may also be effective against COVID-19
The data show "a cautiously positive picture", with a lower number of patients among the vaccinated group, as well as less fatigue symptoms.
In this weekly section we give a sequel to our best-read stories. This week: while the hydrogen debate is increasingly taking the form of a conflict of beliefs, the developments continue
Because surgical wounds heal better and faster when there is sufficient blood pressure, Laprixa offers a quick way to determine whether good wound healing is possible.
Innofest provides space for a multi-purpose crew shirt, compostable building materials, a microalgae soft drink and a platform for a safer nightlife.
The belt senses the direction the wearer is leaning in and provides vibration feedback to improve the body position
"The problems on the grid are slowing down the energy transition."
Consortium CrossWind, with Shell and Eneco, wins the tender for a wind farm in the North Sea
"With just a small fleet of spacecraft, we are able to launch satellites daily without disrupting the airspace or polluting the oceans."
Investors' attention was focused on the more mature start-ups, which involve less risk.
Dutch University hospital Radboudumc finds genetic mutation as a reason for lack of defense against corona
"The virus can just take its course because TLR7, which is supposed to identify the intruder and then activate the defense, is hardly present."
The dreams, the nightmares and the interesting middle ground: why AI should be our collective concern
New series of articles on Innovation Origins about the social impact of artificial intelligence
"The outcome of this investigation gives every reason to discuss battery life with leasing companies"
The traffic in hard drugs by mail is growing and gives the Netherlands an increasingly bad reputation internationally. Every month, Dutch dealers send an estimated […]
Dutch government investing in Smart Photonics “to preserve this company and the ecosystem for The Netherlands”
SMART Photonics, the independent foundry for photonic integrated circuits, today announced a €35M Series C investment from a Dutch consortium led by Innovation Industries. More […]
Onera Health has received a €2.5M grant from the European Innovation Council Accelerator for the development of its medical-grade remote care for sleep and chronic […]
In order to strengthen Zeeland as a knowledge region in the field of water, food, and energy, the Dutch national government is investing 68 million […]
As an orthopedic surgeon in Clinic ViaSana, Jur Vellema is mainly engaged in physical work. Not only during operations but also in the clinic, where […]