Porsche Engineering is breaking new ground by using game engines from the gaming industry as well as artificial intelligence to develop new, intelligent vehicles of the future.
It is expected that by 2030 about a quarter of all agricultural land in the EU will be used for organic farming. The EU LIVESEED project can help reach this goal.
New aircraft are increasingly made of composite. But the aviation maintenance market was actually not yet prepared for this. The DCMC is changing that.
The Italian Institute of Technology is a driver of technological innovation. Director Metta says in an interview with IO that he aims to create an Italian Fraunhofer.
In the future, algorithms could help shorten waiting times for emergency patients in rescue services - thanks to a computer science graduate from the Technical University of Bingen, Germany
The High Tech Manufacturing industry in the Eindhoven region makes new agreements on better embedding Systems Engineering to strengthen Brainport's competitive position.
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.
From university lab to multi-million dollar company: ‘I want to show students that their ideas can lead to successful companies’
The 5G network is taking shape, photonics is becoming increasingly important and EFFECT Photonics is growing and thriving. President Boudewijn Docter talks about the world of entrepreneurship.
The research is still in its infancy, but scientists from Nuremberg and Düsseldorf have figured out a way to clean oil spills from surface water, among other things.
Each week we follow up on one of our best-read stories. This week: Will we all soon get personalized nutrition advice via artificial intelligence and technology?
Try to think of covid as a newborn child that needs to be raised. Our columnist Helen Kardan thinks about and reflects on what parenting this baby should entail.
European researchers want to get hybrid-electric aircraft off the ground. Their path leads via the structural battery, which will be demonstrated for the first time for an aviation application.
Every other week we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at what catches his eye about the preservation of our earth. This week: how a nuclear power plant need not impede green energy.
Italy's transition to full sustainability is in the hands of Roberto Cingolani. We asked this Minister of Ecological Transition if European recovery funds are being well spent.
It’s important to ask what problems society will face in the future and what steps we should be taking to resolve these issues.
With the mobile 5G network, new markets can be discovered. The 5G Hub at the High Tech Campus Eindhoven is launching a 'challenge' for companies to start turning their wildest ideas into reality.
Within a year, secure and accurate laser communication between airplanes and satellites will be possible. This is thanks to a pan-European project called UltraAir.
Lotus Microsystems have created ‘the world’s smallest power converter’ made of silicone and recently announced it is ready for market.
A number of Dutch airports are going to jointly research regular scheduled flights with electric aircraft within the Netherlands and Europe as a way to connect regions.
Data journalist Jelmer Visser crosses the border with Corona in Europe each week with maps and data visualizations. This week: While some EU countries are easing up, others are tightening the reins.