TU Eindhoven student team CORE takes the first step to recycle batteries. The new CORE Titan rig processes waste containing batteries underwater.
Never cycling without lights again, that's the dream of the Dutch KEBL student team. With lights that easily fit into your pocket. The students are seeking a partner to bring it to the market.
These days it is common to use crowdfunding to finance an innovation. Nevertheless, these have their drawbacks. Student Wiebe Hendriks wants to create a "crowdfunding community" with Fundle.
Adventurer, mountaineer and polar explorer Wilco van Rooijen has stood on the world's highest peaks. But working from peak to peak is difficult, "because you are down in the valley most of the time."
Eindhoven University of Technology's innovative learning environment, innovation Space, has been nominated for the Dutch Higher Education Prize. The award ceremony will be held on March 1.
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.'
TU/e student team Team Energy brings people together for the energy transition. To inspire and connect as many people as possible. Last year, the team found alternatives to large-scale events.
Dutch Start-up Speeco develops lightweight carbon fiber handlebars for cyclists. This increases the aerodynamics and offers more comfort and stability.
How can light influence your behavior? This is what the IGNITE student team is conducting research into. The team shares the knowledge it has gained with the lighting industry.
We look back on a special year in which students from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) came up with the most innovative solutions to social problems.
Addressing the challenges of the world around us with in-depth technical knowledge and the right skills. This is what the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) wants to weave into the curriculum.
A student team form the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands is designing an interactive rubbish bin that encourages people to dispose of their litter properly.
The Eindhoven CORE student team from the Netherlands has proven with its oven that it is possible to recycle electronic devices in their entirety.
The Dutch student team RenewCO2 at TU/e is working on a technique that converts CO2 into formic acid. Using just electricity and water, the greenhouse gas is converted into a CO2-neutral chemical.
The Polar team from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands, led by polar explorer Ewout Hulscher, aims to conduct emission-free and waste-free research on Antarctica.
The [email protected] student team from the Dutch Eindhoven University of Technology are developing a platform to monitor convalescing COVID-19 patients at home after being hospitalised.
The start-up Hable of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) brings a device to the market enabling blind people to operate their smartphone with braille, the Hable One.
Will we be able to generate electricity in the future by walking or cycling distances? Students at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) are working on a technology to make this feasible.
Microplastics in rivers, seas and oceans pose an increasing threat to humans and animals. Students of Eindhoven University of Technology are working on a machine to count plastic granules in rivers.
The first metal recycling plant will open in Delfzijl around 2021. Team CORE, a student team of the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), the Netherlands, […]