Student robot-makers from all over the Netherlands are gearing up for this year’s Sioux Mechatronics Trophy, to be held during Dutch Technology Week 2018 at the Markt in the centre of...Read More
Author: Mark McIntyre
Philips has today announced that it has entered into a new license agreement with TPV Technology, which will allow the Hong Kong based company to produce and market Philips branded audio and home...Read More
120 teams entered, and more than 350 students took part. But tonight the winning teams from among the 20 finalists of the 2018 TU/e Contest were announced, with aWeare, Ratio, and Team T.E.S.T....Read More
Pretty much all of us take our smartphones for granted these days. But for the world’s estimated 250 million visually impaired people [World Health Organisation, 2017], modern...Read More
Imec researchers based at Eindhoven’s Holst Centre have developed a brand new type of flexible, large-area sensor technology which can be used for detecting finger and palmprints. Less than...Read More
There’s a new face on the Eindhoven startup scene, ready to help innovators make connections that will make their idea achieve maximum success. Taking over duties from Victoria Martinez...Read More
Dutch Technology Week 2018 is fast approaching, and as ever, this year’s program will feature the biggest pub quiz in the Netherlands – Quiz Night XL. Now in its seventh iteration, this...Read More
In June 2015, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk launched his global competition to find designs for a functioning hyperloop pod prototype. Answering the call were over a thousand teams from universities and...Read More
VR giant Oculus is to finance a year-long research project at TU/e to move closer than ever before to perfecting ‘virtual sound’. Lead researcher Maarten Hornikx explains the process,...Read More
Following months of speculation over its financial problems, world renowned guitar manufacturer Gibson today filed for bankruptcy, casting uncertainty over the continued operations of its consumer...Read More
Who has time to read books these days? According to a recent report from the Netherlands’ Social and Cultural Planning Office, fewer and fewer Dutch people are managing to fit reading into their...Read More
Whether it’s through Signal, Telegram, or WhatsApp, more and more people nowadays are getting used to using encryption-based messaging apps as a way of keeping their everyday conversations...Read More
The Strijp-S Klokgebouw yesterday played host to the annual Holst Centre ‘Partnerday’, in which the Eindhoven based R&D institute showed off its latest high tech innovations. Present...Read More
IBIS’ Powernest has been announced as winner of Building Holland’s Innovation Challenge Award 2018. The innovation beat out competition from 70 other entries to take home the prize....Read More
Eindhoven based wearable tech company LifeSense Group, has partnered with global medical goods provider Hartmann Group, to expand its activities into Australia and New Zealand. As a result of the...Read More
The Brainport Eindhoven region has tonight unveiled its new strategy for attracting and retaining foreign talent, billed as the Brainport ‘Talent Attraction Program’. Building on...Read More
A new exhibition at Kazerne, featuring products taken from the chaotic Chinese manufacturing hub of Shenzhen, is setting out to challenge the way that we in the west think of design. The work of...Read More
For the first time ever a team of researchers from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), working with others at the Flemish Institute for Biotechnology, the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and the...Read More
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