In cycling, teams constantly try to outdo each other. Not only with the most advanced use of materials, but also by improving nutrition, training methods and all kinds of other areas. That’s why...Read More
by Norbine Schalij, Cursor TU Eindhoven is rapidly setting up an institute that is needed to create awareness of its education and research in the field of artificial intelligence among future...Read More
“Precisely because things are going so well in Brainport Eindhoven, it is important to link the power of today to the challenges of tomorrow. According to Arnold Stokking, Managing Director Industry...Read More
As an encore to our series about the startup climate in the Netherlands, we publish this interview with Isabel Casado Harrington. She leads the “enable”-programme at the École...Read More
Technology is helping farmers feed the world. It can also make agriculture more environmentally friendly – for conventional and organic farmers alike By Kelly Oakes, the Technologist Replacing...Read More
Society is baulking at the impact of our collective plastic footprint. But some alternatives are occurring Only half of the plastic used for packaging is recycled. Several projects are trying to...Read More
The European Commission wants to build a strong battery industry that can compete with Asia, but has it entered the game too late? By 2020, China will produce more than 70% of the lithium-ion...Read More
By Frank van den Nieuwenhuijzen, Fontys Source Although he once graduated as a “philosophical engineer”, Taede Punter now wants to be mainly practical. In the Strijp TQ building, where...Read More
The Hyperloop concept is never going to take off, Carlo van de Weijer says. According to the head of the Strategic Area Smart Mobility at the Eindhoven University of Technology, it’s not...Read More
Millions of children and adolescents around the world play the Fortnite game. What makes this game so popular? Research teacher Mirjam Baars researched it and found out that it’s not just...Read More
Turnover of 4.5 million euros in 2017 Report by Petra Merkx, Fontys Bron The Fontys Student Entrepreneurs Scheme applies to students who want to combine business with a study. This is evident from...Read More
Discover a laboratory just like in CSI, see how a 3D Food Printer works, build your own airplane, program a robot car, sail on the water of the High Tech Campus, discover tech demos from Philips, VR...Read More
In his columns, Maarten Steinbuch regularly writes about the Eindhoven Engine, an idea from his case that has been embraced within the framework of the ‘Regiodeal’. Brainport Development...Read More
Long lines in the Auditorium on Tuesday afternoon, where students, employees and other interested individuals are waiting for the lecture to be given by Nobel Prize winner Ben Feringa. As part of...Read More
(this article and the podcast that comes with it are productions by Radio4Brainport, an E52 partner) By Jean-Paul Linnartz Intrinsic ID, the world’s leading provider of digital authentication...Read More
Entrepreneurial researchers and research-minded entrepreneurs would like more opportunity to meet each other. This need is being met by the newly formed Science Meets Business Club (SMBC). Yesterday...Read More
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