German researchers have shown in a study that the German corona policy of linking measures to incidence numbers alone is probably not the best option.
Scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS in Germany have developed innovative "μPCR" lab modules to significantly speed up PCR lab tests
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.
An Italian transplant foundation has commissioned the design of a sensor-equipped box for donor organs and tissues to improve organ transport.
Each week, data journalist Jelmer Visser crosses the border for us to make sense of the corona crisis on a continental scale with the help of data visualizations.
Small children have trouble recognizing emotions in people who wear face masks. This can have a negative effect on their social development.
Less damage to organs and a greater chance of survival after a heart attack. That's the commitment of the Dutch start-up CardiacBooster.
For those who survive a heart attack, the road to recovery is long. A new stem cell therapy can repair and help prevent heart failure.
There is hope for patients with advanced breast cancer. An innovative medicine that attacks tumors very precisely is in the final stages of development.
A study at Saarland University has shown that a combination with active ingredients from Astrazeneca and Biontech/Pfizer appears to be the best combination.
A team of international researchers has found that autistic children who grow up bilingual can compensate for certain basic deficits better than monolingual children.
Future prospects for kidney patients: from a portable dialysis device to a fully implantable artificial organ
Research by imec at Holst Centre and the Dutch Kidney Foundation opens the door to new solutions
Data journalist Jelmer Visser sheds light on the corona crisis each week with his visualizations and maps. This week? No news is good news?
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 new prosthetic leg built for exercise mean an improved lifestyle for active amputees. Now, you don't have to be in the Olympics to have one.
Within the Vitality Living Lab project, companies and organizations are working on innovations to get people moving more. "We need to move from health care to taking care of health."
Each week, we follow up on a well-read story. This week: will blind people be able to see again in the future thanks to a brain implant?
Getting the message of scientific research across to a wide audience in a clear and understandable way is difficult. Young researchers will take on that challenge during the FameLab competition.
Italian researchers are close to developing the 'vaccine pill'. This could considerably speed up the vaccination program against Covid-19.
Each week, Data journalist Jelmer Visser sheds light on the corona crisis across Europe on a subnational level. But for how long? If the numbers are to be believed, it is almost over....