'Interleukin-33' can recognize viruses it has seen once before and signal the immune system to start producing antibodies.
The sun can provide us with an abundance of energy and it is always accessible. These are some solar Innovations that can bring this energy to our homes.
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.
A video game paired with a fitness device is yielding very encouraging results for elderly people with dementia, according to a study by KU Leuven and ETH Zurich.
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.
Try to think of covid as a newborn child that needs to be raised. Our columnist Helen Kardan thinks about and reflects on what parenting this baby should entail.
European researchers want to get hybrid-electric aircraft off the ground. Their path leads via the structural battery, which will be demonstrated for the first time for an aviation application.
Every other week we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at what catches his eye about the preservation of our earth. This week: how a nuclear power plant need not impede green energy.
Italy's transition to full sustainability is in the hands of Roberto Cingolani. We asked this Minister of Ecological Transition if European recovery funds are being well spent.
It’s important to ask what problems society will face in the future and what steps we should be taking to resolve these issues.
With the mobile 5G network, new markets can be discovered. The 5G Hub at the High Tech Campus Eindhoven is launching a 'challenge' for companies to start turning their wildest ideas into reality.
Within a year, secure and accurate laser communication between airplanes and satellites will be possible. This is thanks to a pan-European project called UltraAir.
Lotus Microsystems have created ‘the world’s smallest power converter’ made of silicone and recently announced it is ready for market.
A number of Dutch airports are going to jointly research regular scheduled flights with electric aircraft within the Netherlands and Europe as a way to connect regions.
Data journalist Jelmer Visser crosses the border with Corona in Europe each week with maps and data visualizations. This week: While some EU countries are easing up, others are tightening the reins.
An interview with Stefan Leijnen, lecturer in Artificial Intelligence, about the wonderful world of AI. The technology is only in its infancy and already has so much impact -what does the future hold?
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.
Economic commodities such as fuels and chemicals are increasingly being produced sustainably. This is a big step towards a circular economy. ChainCraft is working hard to become a major player in this
A report by Deloitte outlines the feasibility of battery and hydrogen powered aviation as leading way to become climate neutral by 2050.
Students from the Eindhoven University of Technology are building three sustainable and affordable social housing homes in collaboration with companies from the Dutch Brainport region