Underground laboratories for experiments with quantum technology should also reveal by 2023 what the technology can do. Dutch State Secretary Mona Keijzer opened the construction project this week.
A cascade of prizes during the seventh edition of the TU/e Contest. In addition to cash prizes and extra coaching for companies, there are two wild cards for the finals of the 4TU Impact Challenge.
How XYZ Dynamics slugged its way through corona times and now focuses on making airports sustainable
Eindhoven-based start-up XYZ Dynamics wants to electrify existing vans. Corona disrupted plans to enter the market, but a new market has since came into view.
Autonomous driving on a serious scale is within reach. It is one of four trends in electric mobility within heavy road transport.
Getting the message of scientific research across to a wide audience in a clear and understandable way is difficult. Young researchers will take on that challenge during the FameLab competition.
Due to the corona measures, 16 Fe+male Tech Heroes spoke at an online conference about the importance of more diversity in the workplace. Among them was the rector magnificus of TU Eindhoven.
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.
A hotspot for drones, that's epitomizes the student team SyFly at TU Eindhoven. "Drones can contribute to a sustainable and liveable earth in a unique way."
The Radboudumc is the main driver of the European Bigpicture project, which involves almost €70 million. This opens up a whole new world for AI applications within pathology.
Each week we do a follow-up on a well-read story. This week: 3D printed houses, bridges and balconies. Will 3D printing turn the construction industry on its head?
Cyborgs no longer belong exclusively to the realm of science fiction. Modern-day cyborgs can be found mostly within the world of artists. But for how long?
The first 3D-printed house is a fact! Today the first tenants of the special house in Eindhoven will be given the key.
A 100 percent sustainable festival? It can be done with the GEM-Stage, a stage that can provide a rock band's entire performance with green power from solar, wind and green hydrogen.
The Nijmegen bridge project was not a textbook example of fast and flexible completion of a construction project. Yet that is precisely what is expected from 3D printing technology in the future.
This year, the Dutch king is celebrating his birthday in the city where creativity and technical ingenuity go hand in hand, Eindhoven. Read about how the city is making it a digital celebration.
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."
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.
Dutch Student team HART from TU/e is using 'human augmentation' to ultimately develop new types of sensory perception. Its first step is a sleeve that allows you to understand any foreign language.
City trips and business trips across Europe, island hopping in the Dutch Antilles or just the daily commute to work, it will all be possible in the future with electric aviation.