Dutch Student team HART from TU/e is using 'human augmentation' to ultimately develop new types of sensory perception. Its first step is a sleeve that allows you to understand any foreign language.
With the mobile 5G network, new markets can be discovered. The 5G Hub at the High Tech Campus Eindhoven is launching a 'challenge' for companies to start turning their wildest ideas into reality.
Students from the Eindhoven University of Technology are building three sustainable and affordable social housing homes in collaboration with companies from the Dutch Brainport region
Both Female Tech Heroes and the Dutch Embassy in Japan advocate for more diversity in the tech sector. They found each other through LinkedIn and organized a webinar.
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.
Student team RED from the Eindhoven University of Technology is developing software that allows non-energy experts to gain insight into energy consumption with an interactive 3D model.
This week's feature on lasers against bird flu was our best-read story. Wild ducks and geese are kept far away from poultry farms thanks to them. How significant is this innovation?
Researchers at TU Eindhoven will work with Dutch companies to accelerate the ALD manufacturing technique. This offers unprecedented possibilities for e.g. displays and batteries.
Incooling is developing a cooling system for the heat source of data centers: the chips. Together with data center builder SPIE, the start-up is seeking new customers.
This week, a story about a new drug for Parkinson's was the best read article. It's currently in the testing phase in mice. How is the treatment of the disease actually being innovated?
Eindhoven University of Technology's innovative learning environment, innovation Space, has been nominated for the Dutch Higher Education Prize. The award ceremony will be held on March 1.
This week a story about the first electric camper was the best-read story. Another step toward making tourism more sustainable. In what ways is tourism becoming more sustainable?
TU/e student team Team Energy brings people together for the energy transition. To inspire and connect as many people as possible. Last year, the team found alternatives to large-scale events.
In this weekly column, we follow up on our best-read stories. This week it was about the thermoacoustic heat pump. Could this kind of innovation accelerate the energy transition?
How can light influence your behavior? This is what the IGNITE student team is conducting research into. The team shares the knowledge it has gained with the lighting industry.
Our weekly 'Follow-up' offers a sequel to the best-read article of that week. Today, a look back on our best-read stories of 2020.
A lot is technically possible with the mobile 5G network. The 5G hub at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven (the Netherlands) is working on the future of health, industry and entertainment.
Addressing the challenges of the world around us with in-depth technical knowledge and the right skills. This is what the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) wants to weave into the curriculum.
Plasmacure develops a product that treats wounds with cold plasma.
In this weekly section, we follow up on our best read stories. This week it was the story about home testing. How normal will home monitoring become in the future?