Underground laboratories for experiments with quantum technology should also reveal by 2023 what the technology can do. Dutch State Secretary Mona Keijzer opened the construction project this week.
More efficiency and flexibility in the manufacturing industry thanks to 5G combined with sensor technology
Evert van den Akker (TNO) and Jan Post (RUG and Philips) are working together on a series of pilot projects that will test the possibilities of 5G in practice.
An investment of over €1.6 billion in the production of high-quality semiconductors should ensure that Europe becomes less dependent.
TOMRA Food, part of Norwegian billion-dollar company TOMRA, is moving to Brainport Industries Campus. The company will open a sales and service office on 1 July and wants to join the ecosystem.
Lifvs stores are open 24/7. After a quick identification, the customer has immediate access to all products. Bank ID may be the key to prevent shoplifting, experts expect.
University of Gothenburg has discovered that a bit of static on the computer screen works wonders. It allows children with reading disabilities to read and remember words better.
A state-of-the-art factory in Dresden combines artificial intelligence with the " Internet of Things". The goal is to produce complex semiconductors for the automotive industry.
Using satellite data, German researchers have produced over several years detailed maps of what agricultural land use looks like in Germany for the first time.
An international group of researchers sees France as the big winner in the European soccer championship. But England and Spain may also have a chance.
The University of Cambridge sees it not only as a technical discovery, but also one that can lead to a more sustainable form of data storage.
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.
A group of international researchers has shown in studies how computer simulations can provide information more accurately and faster than traditional physical wind tunnel experiments.
Drinks, Pitches & Demos and Kickoff EHV have concluded that their networks complement each other. Open innovation and entrepreneurship are their common ground.
On the first day of the Dutch Technology Week 2021, education and business focus on the future of young people in technology.
Researchers at Cologne University of Applied Sciences and WHO Reinraumtechnik are working to develop a monitoring system that can intelligently control air purification in rooms.
The Netherlands has an extremely strong position in the semiconductor industry. But it can do even better. TNO wants to expand its role as a catalyst for innovation and connector of the ecosystem.
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."
Dutch Technology Week showcases possibilities for professional and vocational graduates in industries of the future
Two French multinationals are building a Big Data platform in the field of defense that will give France a leading role in Europe.
Researchers from Technical University Denmark developed a tiny robot that can harvest valuable chemicals from plant cells.