The start-up Hable of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) brings a device to the market enabling blind people to operate their smartphone with braille, the Hable One.
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The Gerard & Anton Awards have been presented again! So it’s high time we took a closer look at the winners and what we can […]
Entrepreneur Marie Mélinon started her own company Pana Nappy that picks up (with a bicycle that has a front crate), washes and supplies nappies that […]
The sales roll-out of the Samsung Galaxy Fold seems to be running a bit sluggish at the moment. Not just due to a few teething […]
Last year it was a TU München student who ran off with the first prize, this year the jury couldn’t help but designate a local […]
For a Cursor Special about the explorer, Monique van de Ven and Tom Jeltes interviewed eight pioneers of the Eindhoven University of Technology. Today: university professor […]
Dutch Technology Week Talk: Start-ups share their story about starting and growing in Food-, Med- and High Tech
Starting and growing in tech is the focus all week long during the Dutch Technology Week. Start-ups in Med Tech, Food Tech and High Tech share their success stories.
The Rabobank is serious about Brainport. This area in the southeast province of Brabant in The Netherlands is perhaps the most important region in Europe when it comes to innovative high-tech.
Not one, but four Dutch start-ups have won a trip to Silicon Valley. They will all get to follow a training program at Draper University this summer.
How is our hydrogen society and economy faring? In the summer series 'The Netherlands, hydrogen land' we discuss the current state of affairs with technicians and scientists.
Revolution or evolution? Are Italian supercars going full throttle for electric propulsion or gambling on a gradual transition? In the Italian Motor Valley, opinions are divided
Chief Government Architect of the Netherlands in TV special: the creative elite as part of the problem
Every city, every town, every project naturally has its own minefield that impedes innovation, Eigène Franken concludes after watching Summer Guests with Chief Government Architect Floris Alkemade.
Startup Lalaland wants to improve the experience of online shopping and help companies become more diverse and sustainable. With lifelike virtual mannequins generated by AI.
With technological innovations like health patches and smart wearables, TNO is working on better, more effective healthcare, with a strong focus on protecting personal data.
With minor adjustments, Norwegian scientist Gruber says it is quite possible to run ocean-going vessels on ammonia instead of heavy fuel oil.
A cascade of prizes during the seventh edition of the TU/e Contest. In addition to cash prizes and extra coaching for companies, there are two wild cards for the finals of the 4TU Impact Challenge.
Technology has advanced to the point now where most people do not realize that the images have been tampered with when they quickly view these types of video.
Almost everywhere, 3D-printed parts are still manually identified, sorted and finished. According to AM-Flow, this can be done faster and better via automation that uses sensors, data and AI.
De aërosolmeter die de hoeveelheid waterdruppels in de lucht meet wordt volgende week geïntroduceerd in Duitsland. Het biedt zekerheid in coronatijden.
A fast robot journalist provides a more extensive news supply for everyone, tailored to individual interests. Interesting, but risky. A filter bubble is lurking.