Data journalist Jelmer Visser crosses the border with Corona in Europe each week with maps and data visualizations. This week: While some EU countries are easing up, others are tightening the reins.
The market is flooded with health apps but not all of them offer the expected support. In Vienna, experts discuss the sense and nonsense of these digital applications.
The platform offers a combination of health diagnostics, digital coaching and offers personalized nutrition.
DESY researchers have identified several candidate compounds against SARS-CoV-2 that bind to a key protein in the virus and could be the basis for a drug to combat Covid-19.
Data journalist Jelmer Visser crosses borders every week with his map-coloring skills and data visualizations in his Corona in Europe column: This week: Talk is cheap, actions speak louder than words.
Whether or not you experience eye-related problems, you may well be wondering how best to protect your eyes when you have to use a computer all day. Here are some tips to help you out.
German scientists have isolated a molecule that binds to the spike protein of the virus in such a way that it could prevent the virus from entering a cell.
The mattress from British start-up CaldiScope is stacked with sensors that have learned to signal if someone has been in one position for too long that can cause lesions.
Researchers have uncovered a new tool in understanding how humans have adapted to infectious diseases over the last 10,000 years. It has application to diseases like Covid-19.
Hospitals in Denmark are going to use a Dutch monitoring system on a large scale for unborn children. This is a major commercial breakthrough for the medtech company Nemo Healthcare.
With this clearance, Sirius Medical can now provide an alternative to other more invasive methods of imaging during oncological surgery.
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.
Dutch State Secretary Mona Keijzer expects this financial support for innovation to help several dozen new knowledge-intensive companies get off the ground in the coming years.
Data journalist Jelmer Visser sheds light on the corona crisis on a European level with maps and visualizations: despite the inevitable third wave, is there light at the end of the tunnel?
Screenpoint Medical, a spin-off from the Dutch Radboudumc makes AI systems for assessing mammograms that are already as good or even better than the average mammogram radiologist.
People coming out of intensive care benefit from good monitoring. Dutch TU/e and the Catharina Hospital have developed a smart camera that can do this.
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 from TU Eindhoven and Radboudumc have succeeded in growing a lifelike piece of bone tissue from human stem cells.
Data journalist Jelmer Visser sheds light on the corona crisis across Europe each week with maps and visualizations: this week, vaccination passports.
Capturing an accurate cardiogram of an unborn child. For a long time that was impossible, but it can now be done with new technology from Nemo Healthcare.