Music and sound play a major role in several emerging innovative health technologies deployed for people suffering from stress or dementia.
An investment round led by Invest-NL and supported by existing shareholders BOM Brabant Ventures, Innovation Industries and private investor TCIM will help the MedTech company grow.
In the Catharina Hospital in Eindhoven, the first patient in the Netherlands was implanted with this new subcutaneous heart monitor. In the coming months, this will also happen elsewhere.
An Eindhoven Technical University spin-off has developed a sensor that can test the quality of milk and ripeness of tomatoes, among others.
Whenever you enter an emergency room, a quick blood sample is almost always taken to get a rapid indication. TU/e and Catharina Hospital can now also see if a patient has corona.
People coming out of intensive care benefit from good monitoring. Dutch TU/e and the Catharina Hospital have developed a smart camera that can do this.
Researchers from TU Eindhoven and Radboudumc have succeeded in growing a lifelike piece of bone tissue from human stem cells.
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.
"A mobile phone will be able to measure heart rate variability in a medically correct way."
Strategic collaboration with Mount Sinai to help Preceyes’ robot-assisted ocular surgical procedures enter the American market
"This is a major recognition of the technology’s potential impact on ocular surgery and the company’s position in the field of high-precision medical robotics."
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Plasmacure develops a product that treats wounds with cold plasma.
TraceBook analyzes patient data and advises healthcare professionals on suitable treatments. Patients heal faster and have a better chance of recovery.
Good healthcare is not always a given. Start-up GOAL 3, of the TU Eindhoven, wants to help nurses and doctors in developing countries to improve care.
"Brainport can still make a huge leap when it comes to selling all those great innovations"
Researchers from TU Eindhoven (TU/e), together with its European research partners in the TRIANKLE consortium, have received a grant of €5.9 million for the development of bio-implants.
Migraine is one of the main causes of chronic health problems for people under 50 years of age. Salvia is working on a solution.
Without international partners, the Dutch province of Brabant could lose its leading position as an innovative hotspot. This is why the province is looking for cooperation with 5 German regions.
Half of the total Dutch production value and a quarter of all jobs end up in this province - biotech in particular is growing rapidly