The intensive care unit of the UMCG receives 450,000 euros to find out why COVID-19 patients are much more often overweight in the ICU
How do we narrow the gap between science and practice? And how serious is this much-discussed gap? Eveleline van Zeeland-Holst is looking for the ultimate answer.
PWXR came up with an active e-sports competition for students, a "great alternative for the introduction period."
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.
"To make sure that you always get that energy exactly where and when you need it, you need smart storage and conversion."
The hospital's invention was originally intended to signal a woman's fertile state.
Innovation Origins rewarded TrueSim with a Gerard & Anton Award in July. Their symptom-simulating dummy helps trainee doctors in how to treat real patients.
The Delft scientists see many potential applications particularly in the development of tiny labs on a chip and separation technologies within industry.
An international outlook provides entrepreneurs with more opportunties for growth. It was with this in mind that the European Venture Programme (EVP) was set up.
A new pyrolysis process makes it possible to produce hydrogen and carbon from natural gas. Carbon is a by-product of the process. This makes the hydrogen that is produced emission-free.
The AI system warns when parts of the turbines need to be replaced, pools maintenance tasks and prevents windmills from being in each other's wind shadow.
British researchers have developed a new system that converts sunlight, carbon dioxide and water into a carbon-neutral fuel - without the need for additional components or electricity.
An international research team has developed an electrocatalyst for hydrogen fuel cells that does not require carbon carriers and is therefore much more stable.
Further research work will however be necessary until industrial application is possible, for example as a composite in lightweight construction.
What do last week's corona statistics show? Which European countries did well and which ones actually revealed higher rates of infection? Data journalist Jelmer Visser reflects on the summer vacation.
The aim is to build even larger and more efficient rotor blades with a diameter of well over 200 meters which are also affordable for offshore wind energy.
Researchers from the UK and the Netherlands have made a new discovery in the area of liquid crystals, commonly used in LCD screens.
Tomorrow is Good: the similarity between a watch, a telephone and a picking robot
The future looks bleak for the Greenland Ice Sheet: even as the climate cools, the glaciers continue to lose mass.
Wild mice resemble humans more than lab mice – and that’s a big deal for those working on a Corona vaccine
Experiments on lab mice often yield wrong results, so wild mice are being added to the mix for greater accuracy