The planned two-day conference of Fe+male Tech Heroes was cancelled in May. A dinner was held instead this week in full compliance with corona regulations.
“Brainport is world-class in Systems Engineering” – sounds good, but how do you secure that position?
"Despite being world-class, we do not have programs in systems engineering for high-tech equipment at our universities. We want to change this."
For many years Eindhoven was a twin city of Minsk, the capital of Belarus. Former councilwoman and columnist Mary Fiers reflects on a dark page in the history of the country.
A virtual model of a city that can be used to detect incidents or crime, locate and track people. This makes the work of the police a whole lot easier.
Innovation Origins presented Bright Photonics with a Gerard & Anton Award in July. This Dutch start-up provides services in the field of photonic chips for faster, energy-efficient communication.
This ultra-fast bioprinter from Utrecht University in the Netherlands makes it possible to print a heart valve or segment of a thighbone.
21 days without producing waste or emitting CO2 when you travel, plus eating vegan? The Climars app challenges people to live more sustainably.
An international team of scientists from the University of Vienna is continuing research into vegan and CO2-neutral leather made from fungi in a biologically and environmentally friendly way.
With the help of the Cities: Skylines simulation game students want to literally visualize the consequences of energy measures.
Scientists at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena in Germany are researching sustainable plastics that are capable of self-healing, have intelligent properties and can be recycled if required.
Isar Aerospace, a spin-off of the Technical University of Munich, starts production of launchers to bring small satellites quickly and cleanly into orbit.
An education-oriented start-up aims to help universities set up programs and incubators for entrepreneurial students.
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"
Researchers have developed a game computer that draws its energy from the movements of the user and solar cells.
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?
The dinosaurs are almost burnt up and the tree huggers are building the next unicorns.
"If we can make our knowledge more explicit and develop activities such as events and education, then we can accelerate the learning curve around systems engineering"
Our columnists are working on solutions to the problems of our time. In the section Tomorrow is Good, they write about their ideas and dreams for the future.