Corona-pivot offers Arnhem based De Vorm a machine that can help stores and offices to remain virus-free.
German researchers were able to show in a study that two diabetes drugs are highly effective in the treatment of heart failure.
Jelmer Visser analyses the movements of the corona pandemic across Europe for Innovation Origins. Today: how strict does your country score on the stringency index?
The Eindhoven based startup develops bioelectronic foils that can be inserted below the skin in a minimally invasive procedure.
The Geological Survey of the Netherlands (GDN) has collected data on pollution deep under Dutch ground and is making it open to the public starting this week.
Monitoring corona patients takes a long time and involves a high risk of infection. The core device from Team Discover offers a solution.
In addition to the race against time to develop a vaccine against Covid-19, another race is underway. When will the first quick saliva test be released on the market?
Nijmegen start-up develops new test that not only measures the presence, but also the carcinogenic activity of the HPV virus
Diabetes type 2 can potentially be prevented in individuals who are affected by fatty liver. Research shows that glucagon resistance may be the common factor between these diseases.
In the wake of the current corona pandemic, Austrian scientists are gaining new insights into a specific gene that plays a key role in the body's own defense system.
German scientists have shown in a study that a genetic predisposition for the age-related form of Alzheimer's disease influences the brain at an early stage.
In an international study, scientists have shown that allergic reactions can provide protection against infections with Staphylococcus aureus, one of the most feared hospital germs.
People with eye disorders such as aniridia see very poorly and are very sensitive to light. A new electronic lens might provide the solution.
For Innovation Origins, Jelmer Visser analyzes the development of the corona pandemic in Europe. Today: why we're in worse shape than in July, but much better than in March.
This ultra-fast bioprinter from Utrecht University in the Netherlands makes it possible to print a heart valve or segment of a thighbone.
Research carried out in Innsbruck, Austria has shown that patients suffering from the COVID-19 respiratory disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus can benefit from long-term targeted aftercare.
"In Uganda, more people are dying of hunger than of Covid-19"
Students at the Dutch TU/e have developed a new app that uses algorithms to check if exposure to light is disrupting natural biorhythms, energy levels and and sleep patterns.
Each week in this section we provide a follow-up to the best-read stories on our website. And today: Never again a national lockdown?
Several hundred patients per year will be spared severe distress thanks to earlier intervention in the most common form of arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation.