A hotspot for drones, that's epitomizes the student team SyFly at TU Eindhoven. "Drones can contribute to a sustainable and liveable earth in a unique way."
The first 3D-printed house is a fact! Today the first tenants of the special house in Eindhoven will be given the key.
"Today you might claim that something can't be done; tomorrow you'll see possibilities," says Frank Kuijpers, SABIC's corporate sustainability manager. This Thursday, he will give a virtual lecture.
From university lab to multi-million dollar company: ‘I want to show students that their ideas can lead to successful companies’
The 5G network is taking shape, photonics is becoming increasingly important and EFFECT Photonics is growing and thriving. President Boudewijn Docter talks about the world of entrepreneurship.
A whole fleet of electric airplanes, good charging infrastructure and a lightning-fast process for passengers at the airport. CEO of Eindhoven Airport, Roel Hellemons, thinks it's a great idea.
A number of Dutch airports are going to jointly research regular scheduled flights with electric aircraft within the Netherlands and Europe as a way to connect regions.
An interview with Stefan Leijnen, lecturer in Artificial Intelligence, about the wonderful world of AI. The technology is only in its infancy and already has so much impact -what does the future hold?
City trips and business trips across Europe, island hopping in the Dutch Antilles or just the daily commute to work, it will all be possible in the future with electric aviation.
Economic commodities such as fuels and chemicals are increasingly being produced sustainably. This is a big step towards a circular economy. ChainCraft is working hard to become a major player in this
The world is changing with the rise of artificial intelligence (AI). So is the way countries wage war in the future and also how we must defend ourselves against this threat.
As of today, in addition to the parliamentary cabinet in The Hague, the Netherlands also has a student cabinet. They want to put research and education on the map as the path to a better future.
Hospitals in Denmark are going to use a Dutch monitoring system on a large scale for unborn children. This is a major commercial breakthrough for the medtech company Nemo Healthcare.
What if the most delicious burger for barbecues is also sustainable and healthy? Start-up UmaMeats is making it happen. By using seaweed as a special ingredient.
A duet between man and machine. A dancer and a drone as two autonomous figures, linked together in a very special dance. That is the ultimate dream of choreographer David Middendorp.
Capturing an accurate cardiogram of an unborn child. For a long time that was impossible, but it can now be done with new technology from Nemo Healthcare.
The rise of AI is turning not only our daily lives but also education upside down. Innovative educators talk about the changes needed to tailor classes to the real world.
Bringing high-performance diagnostic tests such as the coronavirus test to market faster in the future? Delta Diagnostics is developing a technology platform to make this possible.
After the pandemic, lots of people are looking forward to going to festivals again. No need to wait at the bar. A fully automatic beer machine will tap your beer fast and with 'two fingers of foam.'
What started out as a PhD research project has grown into a profitable business. Sorama develops acoustic cameras that can detect the source of noise disturbances. Their equipment is now going global.
VIRTU/e student team is designing the neighborhood of the future. The technology for sustainable homes already exists, now all that remains is the social aspect.