Students from TU Eindhoven are developing a new detection method for chronic intestinal inflammation. They are participating in the international iGEM competition with their innovation
TU Eindhoven student team CORE takes the first step to recycle batteries. The new CORE Titan rig processes waste containing batteries underwater.
Iranian Khashayar Mansourizadeh made a conscious choice to study at TU Eindhoven. Through the university, he hopes to conquer the logistics market with a swarm of modular robots that make work easier.
A conversation with Maarten Steinbuch, Professor of Systems and Control at the Eindhoven University of Technology four days a week, and an entrepreneur one day a week.
A more flexible use of sustainable electricity. That is what TU/e students Horst Fietje, Stan Hoppenreijs and Jasper Verhoeve are aiming for with their start-up Voltgoed.
Exercising is healthy, but it can also lead to injuries. The Amsterdam University Medical Center and the TU/e are doing research on interactive stickers that tell you how healthy you really are.
Solar Team Eindhoven is presenting its new solar vehicle. It is a self-sufficient house on wheels that the students will be touring Europe with over the coming weeks.
For their research, Toschi and Corbetta installed four sensors under the Eindhoven train station platform and observed 5 million pedestrians for six months.
University Racing Eindhoven's electric racing car, the URE15, burned out completely on Friday during a test day. The URE15 won the competition for autonomous cars in Barcelona early this August.
The EVP, a European programme for technical start-ups, was held online for the second time in a row.
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.
Electric racing car of the Dutch student team University Racing Eindhoven finishes in top three in six out of seven events and wins the final ranking
With a smart factory, AI-enabled Manufacturing and Maintance-lab (AIMM) at TU Eindhoven and semiconductor manufacturer Nexperia want to make sure chip production can continue day and night.
Dutch scientists have developed a rapid corona test that is just as accurate as those done in the laboratory. If biomarkers are found, fluorescent proteins light up.
Thinkers, designers, doers and aspiring builders team up to find solutions to accelerate the energy transition
Students from Summa College, Avans University of Applied Sciences and TU Eindhoven are working together within the Energy Learning Community (ELC) on solutions to accelerate the energy transition.
In this column, we feature a follow-up story to one of our best-read stories. Like the one about a new type of solar cell built from perovskite. What does this solar cell mean for solar energy?
TU/e student team is presenting their newest drone: Blue Jay Aeden. The drone should reassure elderly people in a nursing home and help evacuate them in case of fire.
At the 5G Innovation Challenge, companies were able to pitch their wildest ideas. Five innovative concepts competed for the prize. Major companies are also increasingly seeing the potential of 5G.
The charging time of an electric car is often still an impediment to going electric. Student team InMotion wants to show with an electric racing car that charging can be done faster.
Will we move more during work in future? Will we be alerted if we are mentally overworked? Companies and staff can test and experience innovations in the workplace at the Workplace Vitality Hub.