With a microbiological air sampler, the researcher can measure the air in the room after someone has talked, coughed or sneezed
Starting this fall, Total Productivity will demonstrate a software package to support operators in the manufacturing industry in Brainport Industries Campus
A lot is needed to seriously tackle the problem of dichotomy within Brainport, Mary Fiers says. "Are we going to take the step towards a broad approach to prosperity together?"
Innofest provides space for a multi-purpose crew shirt, compostable building materials, a microalgae soft drink and a platform for a safer nightlife.
Microplastics in rivers, seas and oceans pose an increasing threat to humans and animals. Students of Eindhoven University of Technology are working on a machine to count plastic granules in rivers.
Innovation Origins rewarded Tech2B with a Gerard & Anton Award in July. Tech2B developed a marketplace where machine manufacturers can quickly offer parts to production companies.
Especially during the corona crisis, remote maintenance and repair proved to be the solution to keep ships afloat and save on costs.
Researchers from the Dutch universities in Utrecht and Nijmegen have been successful: the trick is to keep the magnetic fluid containing waste stabilized when the magnetic field is more powerful.
According to the Utrecht Master's student Björn Kok, his new calculation method shows that 1 kilo of wild fish can yield up to 3 or 4 kilos of farmed fish.
Every other week EV specialist and Innovation Origins columnist Auke Hoekstra discusses what caught his eye on topical issues or what he runs into where the preservation of our planet is concerned.
An old pair of jeans or an old T-shirt can now be recycled several times and thereby contribute to more sustainability in fashion.
Many interesting start-ups have been presented here on IO over the past year. This is why we are reviewing a number of successful young businesses […]
In a series of interviews, Fontys researcher Danae Bodewes talks to curious types who, each in their own way, provide the building blocks for a curious life.
Current research at the Technical University of Graz refutes earlier theories on long-range charge transfer between organic and inorganic materials.
Scientists have developed a nano-structuring method for precisely perforating one layer of material while leaving the other layer untouched
Inland shipping can make the transport of goods more ecological. The EU project IW-NET aims to provide the necessary digital tools.
The aim of the scientists is not only to make the SARS-CoV-2 virus made understandable for non-scientists in a playful way and also bundles international research results.
Researchers at the VU University Amsterdam have tracked down a massive fifth natural force and undiscovered masses.
Data journalist Jelmer Visser closely follows the developments surrounding the coronavirus. Are we seeing exponential growth again today?
The belt senses the direction the wearer is leaning in and provides vibration feedback to improve the body position