Dutch and Spanish scientists have figured out a way to train AI systems for image recognition better and faster.
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More efficiency and flexibility in the manufacturing industry thanks to 5G combined with sensor technology
Evert van den Akker (TNO) and Jan Post (RUG and Philips) are working together on a series of pilot projects that will test the possibilities of 5G in practice.
All over the world, shortages of IT personnel are continuing to rise. At the IT Academy Noord-Nederland, they came up with a solution to this problem by providing retraining.
Campus Groningen no longer wants to be modest, books its first success with half a billion in funding
Campus Groningen is a prime location with lots of innovative start-ups that have long kept themselves under the radar. The recently established Campus Community Fund is helping them come to the fore.
Experiments with hydrogen transport in Groningen can offer new perspective. 'We are showing that it can be done. We're demonstrating that there are solutions in the climate crisis.'
It was announced this week that the NEW consortium will receive €8 million from the Dutch government to realize its water technology goals.
Plastic made from lipoic acid can be recycled into high-quality material, 87 percent can also be reused in the process. Which heralds a new environmentally friendly alternative to standard plastic.
This new bio-based paint should eventually replace petroleum-based acrylic paints.
Smart toilets may seem attractive to get quick diagnoses, but also raise questions about privacy. Columnist and moral philosopher Katleen Gabriels on World Toilet Day.
In the weekly Follow-up section, we provide a sequel to our best-read stories. This week it was the story about an economic recovery program from […]
Start-up of the Day: CC Diagnostics has developed a more efficient and painless test for cervical cancer
CC Diagnostics is developing a new test for cervical cancer. If it is up to the start-up, unnecessarily painful tests such as pap smears and […]
It is not just for the sake of our energy supply that we are still largely dependent on fossil fuels. The chemical industry almost exclusively […]
On 1 September 2019, the University of Groningen will welcome its first female rector: Cisca Wijmenga (55). How does she view the position of women […]