Scientists have developed software to scan the enormous amount of genome data for abnormalities.
Bio-Inks will enable organs to be printed in 3D in the future. This also opens up the possibility of substantially reducing the number of animal experiments as a consequence.
This week, under the leadership of European Commissioner Thierry Breton, the European Commission sent a recommendation to all EU Member States’ governments to utilize telecom […]
Technology company Sioux has opened its third Belgian office in Leuven. According to the Eindhoven company, the expansion is necessary “to facilitate the further growth of […]
King Filip and Queen Mathilde of Belgium will visit the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven this Wednesday, the 30th of November. There they will attend a seminar […]