In her first column, tech top woman Helen Kardan argues for involving women in all stages of the development process. "Today's technologies are designed for a selection of people."
The Dutch province of Brabant could lose its leading position without cooperation with international partners. Which is why the province is seeking cooperation with 5 comparable regions in Germany.
Helen Kardan, the new columnist at Innovation Origins, is a veritable globetrotter. After her childhood in Iran, she hopped via Japan and the USA across to Eindhoven, "the Next Silicon Valley"
Underground irrigation provides clean water for crops and significantly reduces the use of fresh water by the agricultural sector.
Corona-pivot offers Arnhem based De Vorm a machine that can help stores and offices to remain virus-free.
Will we be able to generate electricity in the future by walking or cycling distances? Students at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) are working on a technology to make this feasible.
IO columnist and sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra explains why he is pleased with the new WWF report on the state of the environment. "It presents solutions."
The Belgian company Janssen is starting the final phase of their vaccine research in the United States, South Africa and South America. The Netherlands will also have its turn soon.
Dutch research institute TNO calls for a joint effort of the entire transport sector in the transition to e-fuels in order to meet the climate targets.
Insect larvae instead of conventional protein feed: Munich-based start-up FarmInsect has developed a technology to breed insect larvae as a source of protein-rich feed.
The Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Geleen has all the in-house resources, technology and knowledge to become the most important hub for circular raw materials in Europe, according to CEO Bert Kip.
German researchers were able to show in a study that two diabetes drugs are highly effective in the treatment of heart failure.
Long days, a strong team, raising funds, attracting customers, studying the market, improving productivity: all aspects are important in building your new business
UNIGE researchers have recreated an anti-reflective and anti-adhesive coating that typically covers the eyes of fruit flies.
Airbus has presented three concepts for the world's first zero-emission commercial aircraft, which could be in service by 2035.
Jelmer Visser analyses the movements of the corona pandemic across Europe for Innovation Origins. Today: how strict does your country score on the stringency index?
Order today, delivered tomorrow. We're becoming accustomed to how packages are delivered so quickly to our homes. A logistical challenge that is becoming increasingly complex owing to growing demaand.
Inventions for electricity storage increased by 14 percent annually over the past decade, according to a study by the European Patent Office (EPO) and the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The Eindhoven based startup develops bioelectronic foils that can be inserted below the skin in a minimally invasive procedure.
The Geological Survey of the Netherlands (GDN) has collected data on pollution deep under Dutch ground and is making it open to the public starting this week.