A research group at Leiden University in The Netherlands is using artificial intelligence (AI) to find new types of antibiotics. The software could replace the old cultivation method.
Emma van Nuland
ML6, a Belgian company specializing in artificial intelligence and machine learning, is launching an application that can tell when someone is not wearing a face mask.
Prof. Dr. Sathak Misra from the Surgical Robotics Laboratory is receiving an ERC scholarship. With this grant, researchers at the lab will develop a system for robotic surgery operated by magnets.
Autonomous inland shipping is coming closer thanks to 3D sonar sensors. These sensors work in a similar way to the echolocation that bats use to manoeuvre safely through their surroundings.
Thanks to this new tool developed by Swedish researchers, the number of corona patient hospitalizations can be predicted three weeks in advance.
Researchers within the Dutch WAVES study are analyzing and influencing uterine waves to increase the likelihood of pregnancy during fertility treatments.
Twenty percent of the Dutch population does not want to take the corona vaccine out of a fear of needles. AINAR offers a solution in the form of a game app.
Sertraline slows down the production of certain amino acids. This makes it possible to fight cancer without harming healthy cells.
With Be-Mobile's C-ITS platform, smart traffic lights in the Netherlands are turning green for ambulances. The platform is part of the Talking Traffic partnership.
Aidoc software checks CT scans for brain hemorrhages and signals when they are found. The software saves time and detects hemorrhages that doctors might have missed.
A Dutch consortium is investigating the production of rubber using latex from dandelions. It offers a sustainable alternative to latex from rubber trees.
17 European partners are collaborating on an app to simplify communication between people with hearing loss and those who can hear. The European Commission is financing the project with €5.6 million.
The Municipality of Rotterdam is investing in five different companies that are active in the field of smart energy systems. The municipality hopes to achieve the Rotterdam Climate Agreement by doing
Being able to consult a colleague's expertise remotely is one of the possibilities that ZuidOostZorg is putting to the test with GemVision's SmartGlass.
Rotterdam Zoo is building an innovative rainwater storage system for reusing rainwater. The system is made up of Bufferblocks and a biofilter system, Bluebloqs.
Dutch cultured meat manufacturer Mosa Meat is receiving 75 million US dollars in funding to expand its production facility.
A new test can detect cancer at an early stage in bodily fluids. The test will be cheaper and more efficient than biopsies currently used in cancer diagnoses.
EFFECT Photonics managed to convince the jury of the TechTour Deep Tech Programme 2020 to became one of the winners of the event.
The Synfuel project combines several technologies to make green fuel for the transport sector. Among other things, they make use of biomass and wind energy.
TNO and Airbus DS NL are developing TOmCAT technology to keep up with the rapid growth in network traffic. This technology will enable laser communication on earth.