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In the Netherlands, several regional governments and companies are studying whether the Hyperloop could be a solution for the country's busiest freight corridor.
Dutch TNO calls for a traffic and transport policy that is less nailed down and offers more opportunities for technological innovations.
The Rotterdam start-up makes pasta that is made out of vegetables for 50 %. The company hopes that this pasta will encourage consumers to eat more vegetables.
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Investors are mainly interested in (bio)technological and medical start-ups that have a proven business model. This is apparent in the latest Venture Pulse report from KPMG.
Strategic collaboration with Mount Sinai to help Preceyes’ robot-assisted ocular surgical procedures enter the American market
"This is a major recognition of the technology’s potential impact on ocular surgery and the company’s position in the field of high-precision medical robotics."
A breakthrough after ten years of research: from one to four micrometers more depth in optical imaging through high levels of light resolution.
Thanks to the subsidy from the Dutch government, the initiative now has the thirty million euros needed for the construction of a Hyperloop test center in Groningen.
A smaller, cheaper and very versatile heat pump has been designed that will give the energy transition a boost. Blue Heart Energy wants to bring this new heat pump to the market in 2023.
By teaching flying robots optical flow and distance estimation techniques with the help of artificial intelligence, flying and landing goes much smoother.
"This award is important in the transition to a more sustainable world and in the fight against climate change."
For Innovation Origins, Jelmer Visser clarifies the corona pandemic in Europe This week: What are the experiences with curfews and is the Netherlands starting to catch up on its vaccine backlog?
Frank H. Chen and Quinlyte represent the start-up story that is rarely shared
The Gate boosts the success rate of start-ups by linking incubators and accelerators in the Dutch Brainport region
As of today, high-tech start-ups in an early phase can turn to The Gate, a central contact point in the Dutch Brainport region offers start-ups more guidance and helps them become more successful.
The Dutch university medical center at Maastricht UMC+ and the German Max-Planck and KIT institutes have announced a scientific breakthrough in magnetic deep brain stimulation.
"The economic breakthrough lies in using cheap energy that you get from a battery at times when energy from the normal grid is expensive."
A research group at Leiden University in The Netherlands is using artificial intelligence (AI) to find new types of antibiotics. The software could replace the old cultivation method.
"Not based on the average, but with a specific dosage that can be different for each 25 by 25 centimeters square"
ML6, a Belgian company specializing in artificial intelligence and machine learning, is launching an application that can tell when someone is not wearing a face mask.