Fe+male Tech Heroes aims for more diversity in technology. Role models such as Oana van der Togt and Margot Nijkamp-Diesfeldt should help with this.
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
Paul de Krom, CEO and chair of the board at TNO, believes that in addition to a European joining of forces, cooperation between neighboring countries is also very important.
Each week in this section we give a follow-up to some of our best read stories. IO columnist Jan Wouters is predicting a second electric revolution. How far along is the solid-state battery?
3D printing offers opportunities for the healthcare sector. In the Brainport region, companies are working together to bring these applications to the market.
The development of a revolutionary lithium-ion battery with a high capacity and fast charging time is a step closer thanks to financial support from the […]
The annual Holst Centre Innovation Day used to be an invitation-only closed event. Not anymore. Next week, Innovation Day is explicitly open to anybody who […]
Imec the Netherlands developed a new 8GHz UWB radar which is designed as an efficient, low-cost solution for presence detection in smart building solutions. The […]
From lightbulb to robotic surgery: MedTech in Brabant thrives on scientific innovations generated from within the region
The high-tech health cluster in the Brabant region is a comprehensive and lively ecosystem that includes specialist research, sophisticated production capability and willing investment capital. […]
“If you can already think of a solution, it’s apparently not good enough.” Director John Baekelmans has set the bar quite high for his people […]
Spin-off of imec Netherlands develops user-friendly wearable for sleep diagnosis The Eindhoven startup Onera, a spin-off of imec Netherlands, gets funded by Imec.xpand and BOM […]
The Future Starts Here The Solar Shirt, developed by Pauline van Dongen in collaboration with Holst Centre in 2015, has entered the Victoria and Albert Museum […]
In a weekly column, alternately written by Lucien Engelen, Maarten Steinbuch, Carlo van de Weijer, Daan Kersten and Tessie Hartjes, E52 tries to find out […]
DuPont Electronics & Communications and Holst Centre have announced the third extension of their collaboration, which is focused on advanced materials for the printed electronics industry. […]
Imec and Holst Centre have introduced a miniaturized sensor that simultaneously determines pH and chloride (Cl-)levels in fluid. This innovation is a breakthrough for accurate […]
With a small, energy-efficient health patch, Holst Centre expects to lay the foundation for better mobile health solutions. The patch was presented earlier this month […]
Only a week in office, managing director John Baekelmans of imec at Holst Centre, says he is “blown away by the innovations we are working on […]
With a new, ultra light chip Holst has enabled better sensoring within wearable health devices and applications. This, according to Holst Centre, means a new step […]
R&D institute Holst Centre and American ultra-thin ceramics supplier ENrG Inc. have created the first ever ceramic-based, large-area flexible OLED. According to Holst, the device, […]
Wanna play cards? Or do you prefer a digital game? The question might soon be obsolete, as Holst Centre, imec and Cartamundi have found a […]