Muziek en geluid spelen een grote rol bij verschillende opkomende innovatieve gezondheidstechnologieën, die ingezet worden bij mensen die lijden aan stress of dementie.
EPFL researchers have developed a hydrogel that forms within a soft tissue tear or laceration and uses ultraviolet light to bind it together.
Sex robots and other technological innovations in the field of sexuality lead to various ethical and philosophical dilemmas.
Each week we do a follow-up on a well-read story. This week: 3D printed houses, bridges and balconies. Will 3D printing turn the construction industry on its head?
The economic profile of Kennispark needs to be sharpened. One way of doing this is to achieve a better mix of knowledge-based companies and other activities.
The sustainability of the fishing port in Lauwersoog is in full swing. Oil and diesel are going out the door and hydrogen is being used to the maximum extent
Less water, no pesticides! A research project in Gujarat, India, aims to show that cotton can be grown in a resource-efficient way - even in heat and drought
This year, the Dutch king is celebrating his birthday in the city where creativity and technical ingenuity go hand in hand, Eindhoven. Read about how the city is making it a digital celebration.
Energy islands in the North Sea: good news for the climate and an opportunity for Dutch entrepreneurs
With new islands and green production platforms, TNO is working on the hubs for our future sustainable energy supply. We've put all the plans and ambitions in perspective.
Is the history of technology boring? ‘No. It took a while, but even the Dutch see it as part of their culture now’
The Philips Museum is premiering a series of mini lectures on the history of technology during the Dutch Technology Week 2021.
BOM, Brainport Development and Rabobank are working together to increase the innovative strength and earning capacity of medical technology companies in Brabant.
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.
Experiments with hydrogen transport in Groningen can offer new perspective. 'We are showing that it can be done. We're demonstrating that there are solutions in the climate crisis.'
New aircraft are increasingly made of composite. But the aviation maintenance market was actually not yet prepared for this. The DCMC is changing that.
The High Tech Manufacturing industry in the Eindhoven region makes new agreements on better embedding Systems Engineering to strengthen Brainport's competitive position.
Each week we follow up on one of our best-read stories. This week: Will we all soon get personalized nutrition advice via artificial intelligence and technology?
This is how we can work together to ensure even better applications of technology for tomorrow.
Every other week we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at what catches his eye about the preservation of our earth. This week: how a nuclear power plant need not impede green energy.
It’s important to ask what problems society will face in the future and what steps we should be taking to resolve these issues.