Back to basics. This is the successful approach of an Italian robot builder. Mechalogical is the code word.
Campus Groningen no longer wants to be modest, books its first success with half a billion in funding
Campus Groningen is a prime location with lots of innovative start-ups that have long kept themselves under the radar. The recently established Campus Community Fund is helping them come to the fore.
A solar-powered weeding robot that uses 95 percent fewer pesticides. Now that is what we call sustainable farming.
Start-ups that operate in a large market and feature an application that is scalable have the greatest chance of success according to angel investor Jeroen Bertrams.
To see how the world is shaping up, it's good to break down some key reasons why certain countries are leading the way for startups.
Narvalo wants face masks to transform from a protective product into an informative one, offering important insights into the user's breathing and the surrounding air quality.
A €40 million investment should allow Lightyear's first solar car to be delivered by the end of this year.
At The Business Booster, a trade fair for start-ups facilitating energy transition, cute little CO2-free trucks turned up to deliver packages to inner cities.
The world's most innovative economies are showing a huge increase in the number of patents issued. Within ten years, the number has increased by 1200 percent.
Besides being important for the future of society, starting your own company is a great career path and can be a very rewarding position to be in.
De aërosolmeter die de hoeveelheid waterdruppels in de lucht meet wordt volgende week geïntroduceerd in Duitsland. Het biedt zekerheid in coronatijden.
Kadans Science Partner believes in the importance of giving tenants access to an innovation ecosystem that enables parties to strengthen each other.
Luuk Wissink of K3D is working on the K3D-AddFab innovation program at the Brainport Industries Campus, helping companies with the design, production and application of 3D metal printing technology.
Each week in this column, we follow up on one of the best-read stories on our website. This week: Where are the women in venture capital?
Investors are mainly interested in (bio)technological and medical start-ups that have a proven business model. This is apparent in the latest Venture Pulse report from KPMG.
By supporting climate-focused projects as well as being guided in changing their behavior, users of this app can contribute to a more carbon-neutral life.
The Gate boosts the success rate of start-ups by linking incubators and accelerators in the Dutch Brainport region
As of today, high-tech start-ups in an early phase can turn to The Gate, a central contact point in the Dutch Brainport region offers start-ups more guidance and helps them become more successful.
In one of the first sessions, American venture capitalists gave tips to Dutch start-ups at the online Consumer Electronics Show.
Catalonia has rapidly become a major European hub for digital innovation and biomedical technology. But the future lies in industrial technology.
We look back on a special year in which students from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) came up with the most innovative solutions to social problems.