Two years ago, the STORM students drove around the world in 80 days, putting electric motorcycling on the map. Now they are bringing their technology […]
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A team of 23 students from TU/e and Fontys have been working together since September 2015, on what eventually became STORM Wave: The world’s first electric […]
Innovation Origins rewarded TouchWind with a Gerard & Anton Award this July. Their concept for floating windmills eliminates the danger of exploding rotors in stormy weather.
Every week, together with Electric Vehicle (EV) specialist and Innovation Origins columnist Auke Hoekstra, we look at what has caught his attention in current affairs […]
It is above all the rise in sea levels that is responsible for the increasing risk of flooding along Europe’s coasts. However, the danger is […]
It is only eight years ago that the emergency bells had to be sounded about the future of the Eindhoven University of Technology. A decreasing […]
With a total score of 100 out of 100 points, Solar Team Eindhoven became a World Champion for the third time in a row. The team […]
This year, the E52 High Tech Piek Awards have been awarded to nine individuals or teams that have contributed to the development of high in […]
‘We’re going to rush home on Wednesday and then it will be the end of our tour’, says STORM-teams Bob de Vries in one of the […]
Screaming school kids, batteries that couldn’t be sent by mail, autograph hunters and a giant poster with all the team members on it: team STORM […]
At appealing locations, top technology companies give a peek into their organization. As a valve to the Dutch Technology Week, the High Tech Discovery Route […]
Tomorrow is good. In a weekly column, alternately written by Lucien Engelen, Maarten Steinbuch, Carlo van de Weijer and Daan Kersten, E52 tries to find […]
Nature-based solutions for flood protection need space, patience and courage. But it's worth it, says Prof. Christian Albert from the Ruhr University, Germany
Scientists at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences in Austria have developed a way to make sensor data visible on a smartphone using augmented reality as part of the "Dataskop" research project
Doing only the work you that you are passionate about. That's the goal of the online platform Tasker. It brings together tasks and engineers by looking beyond a person's CV.
This month the STOPSTORM consortium will begin its research into radiotherapy for cardiac rhythm disorders, coordinated by the University Medical Center of Utrecht, Netherlands. Catharina […]
Frits van Hout looks back on the first ten years of the annual Festival of Technology. "That urge to work together applies to our entire region, but very specifically to us as a DTW team."
Scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute and the BTU Cottbus develop small wind turbines and tanks enabling everyone to produce hydrogen in his own backyard.
The Lumipol Group from Heeze in the Netherlands will be given a minority stake in this spin-off originating from the Eindhoven University of Technology for its investment of several million euros.
RWTH Aachen University’s project “InductInfra” is developing a module which could charge electric freight trucks as they’re driving.