Twenty open vacancies: Fontys University of Applied Sciences Engineering is looking in the business world for people who want to be part-time teachers.
The circular transition needs input from technicians, economists, sociologists, and psychologists, Jifke Sol says in her inauguration speech
The new research group Circular Transition at Fontys University of Applied Sciences aims to break down system barriers with living labs, research and various courses.
The Netherlands prides itself on having built a successful ecosystem through open innovation, but this principle has been under enormous pressure recently.
The still-young electric aviation sector is looking for more collaboration among all stakeholders and for more investors willing to accept a 20-year horizon.
On November 10 and 11, the 20th edition of the annual precision fair will take place. Holland Innovative will also be present again with an innovative product.
Dutch-Belgian chapter of the world’s largest ecosystem for purpose-driven technology is officially launched. It's inspired by the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
HTCE's Jan-Willem Neggers and Oaktree's Hermann Dambach respond in a campus podcast to criticism that "the Netherlands would be handing over a crown jewel".
Onward's therapy is based on two devices, each targeting different levels of spinal cord injury and potentially other disorders, such as Parkinson's disease and stroke.
Holland High Tech is cashing in on opportunities for the Netherlands – and exploring options for the years ahead
In an interview with the chairman of the Dutch HTSM Top Team Marc Hendrikse, we list the ambitions of the High Tech industry.
Born from the Brainport-Waterloo collaboration: SLE Enterprises, a start-up in scalable liquid encapsulation
Encapsulation of any target cargo normally requires a polymer material containing microplastics to wrap the cargo. SLE's technology doesn’t require any such material.
Footprint, a U.S.-based producer of biological alternatives to plastic, chooses Eindhoven as its European location. Together with CEO Troy Swope, we visited his soon-to-be headquarters.
Intel announces construction of two European chip plants due to expected further increase in market demand
Already, there is a major shortage of chips, especially in the automotive sector. With an investment of 80 billion euros, this must change.
The 5G Hub at High Tech Campus Eindhoven and Dual Inventive's FieldLab Rail in Oisterwijk are paving the way for improvements in security and other innovations around the railroad.
Inhalers, insulin pens and contact lenses: all products that are produced in high volumes but also with enormous precision. The moulds needed for this come from IGS GeboJagema in Eindhoven.
Canadian start-up ShiftLink seeks innovative pilot partnership in Europe to increase efficiency in filling vacant shifts
ShiftLink enables managers to communicate shift opportunities to frontline staff and allows workers to respond in real time. After showing success in Canada, expansion in Europe is the next goal.
To properly fill the more than 100,000 new and existing jobs in tech and IT, not only do we need more people, we also need a more diverse supply. TechMeUp seeks to address that problem.
VDL Nedcar is taking an important first step in securing its long-term future. In addition to Canoo, the company continues to look for new customers.
SARA (Social & Autonomous Robotic health Assistant) aims to create a better work balance for professional caregivers and to provide extra care for clients for whom the staff does not always have time.
With locations in Best, Delft, Groningen, Maastricht, Münster, Tokyo, and Singapore, Demcon covers a large part of the globe. Still, Twente remains of utmost importance.
Drinks, Pitches & Demos and Kickoff EHV have concluded that their networks complement each other. Open innovation and entrepreneurship are their common ground.