Only 5 percent of the professions from the last century still exist. The architect is among them. Our columnist Eugène Franken explains why.
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Although a lot of companies are cybersecurity-savvy, their defences are down when linking with the systems of other companies.
The semiconductor industry is like an ultimate Champions League. A handful of strong teams, acquiring the best players of the world to play the best […]
This Sunday is World Green Roof Day. In the Netherlands, the Rotterdam Roof Days are therefore organized to highlight the fact that urban greening improves the living environment in cities.
It is time that we stopped seeing men as the standard, both in science and practice, our columnist Eveline van Zeeland writes.
Any entrepreneur can fail, but not everyone can start over. Columnist and fuck-up expert Bert Overlack explains how to do it.
At first he was skeptical, but columnist and architect Eugène Franken is becoming more and more convinced of the way Eindhoven is changing into a quirky center city with international allure.
Natural gas will remain the backbone of our energy supply for a long time to come, Martien Visser contends. Global gas consumption has increased annually over the past decade.
Lack of both manpower and knowledge about cultivation are forcing horticulturalists to consider hands-free and robotic cultivation of crops. However, they'll have to work together more effectively.
Remove Mother's Day from the corner of roses and greeting cards! Make sure that on this day we celebrate the real impact that motherhood has on society and the economy, argues columnist Helen Kardan.
Cross-border collaboration is vital for innovation, contends Carina Weijma. With travel at a standstill, the government must invest even more in these kinds of projects.
According to a study by the World Economic Forum, nearly fifty percent of impact-driven entrepreneurs are burdened by stress. Willemijn Verloop explains why she wants to do something about it.
When people at the top of the social ladder tell lies, it's bad for trust in government. Columnist Eveline van Zeeland even sees a correlation with the number of corona infections.
Can we ever teach AI -via argumentation or intuition -to do the morally right thing? That's what moral philosophers, like our columnist Katleen Gabriels, are wracking their brains about.
Not all mistakes are the same. A culture that sanctions rather than tolerates unavoidable and unforeseeable errors suppresses any creativity and willingness to innovate.
Avid twitterer Eugène Franken is fast approaching 10,000 followers. He writes about the secret of a good tweet and wonders out loud if tweets also contribute to innovation.
This is how we can work together to ensure even better applications of technology for tomorrow.
Germans are "unfamiliar" with digital. This is particularly true of German OEMs. Columnist Bernd Maier-Leppla explains why this is problematic.
Research shows that testing of devices and drugs is often done primarily on men. And that's just downright stupid for more than one reason, columnist Carina Weijma contends.
A negative review is the terror of every marketer. Eveline van Zeeland explains why you can still turn it into something positive and even gain a strategic advantage from it.