A weekend full of researching, building and pitching students, all looking for that one compact biosensor that can measure precisely how many antibiotics are needed […]
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For the third year in a row, students of the Eindhoven University of Technology are organising the SensUs student competition. The competition aims to promote […]
Objective: to inspire and stimulate students for innovation and biosensors SensUs is an international competition organised by students of the Eindhoven University of Technology. We […]
Ten teams of students from all over the world will be competing in the creation of a prototype of a biosensor which can easily and […]
The SensUs-team of the TU/e (T.E.S.T.) will devote the academic year of 2017 to the development of a sensor that can sense heart failure by […]
Each week we follow up on one of our best-read stories here. This week: why we need to regulate the energy system on a local level.
Critical illness results in millions of deaths globally every year, many of which could be avoided with basic, life-saving care. Now, a new study led […]
Researchers from Wageningen University & Research (WUR) are working with other researchers in the European CHIC project on divisional techniques for chicory varieties.
Europe's three leading commercial vehicle manufacturers are planning to set up a high-performance charging network for battery-powered long-haul trucks and coaches for vehicles of all makes
Researchers in Vienna discussed the question of whether artificial intelligence will revolutionize medicine. They see stumbling blocks in the fears of patients and in still unresolved legal issues.
Can we ever teach AI -via argumentation or intuition -to do the morally right thing? That's what moral philosophers, like our columnist Katleen Gabriels, are wracking their brains about.
Every other week, we ask sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra what catches his eye when it comes to making our earth more sustainable. This week: shouldn't we stop using bitcoin?
Every other week we join sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra to look at what catches his eye in terms of making our earth more sustainable. Today: Why IPCC figures are outdated and a solution to this.
Prince Constantijn: “If the Netherlands wants to remain relevant, we have to want to be frontrunners”
How will the Dutch economy become future-proof? We asked Prince Constantijn, special envoy of Techleap, about his thoughts on the start-up climate during and after the corona pandemic.
Five years of Drinks, Pitches, and Demos: more than fifty times a formula for innovative hospitality
"We just started by opening the doors and inviting everyone and then connecting all those people and organizations here".
If the Corona crisis makes something clear to us, it is that the solutions of the past no longer work for today’s problems. But in […]
What might machines capable of moral behaviour effectively mean in practice? The Swedish fiction series Real Humans presents an interesting spin on this question. ‘Hubots‘ […]
Eight billion kilos. That’s about how much plastic ends up in the ocean every year. 80 % of all that plastic ends up into rivers […]
Research on artificial intelligence (AI) started in the years after the Second World War. John McCarthy, an American mathematician at Dartmouth College, coined the term […]
In the Global Competitiveness Index 4.0 issued by the World Economic Forum in 2018, Germany ranked third behind the USA and Singapore as a top […]