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Building LINQ: “A great experience”

“You quickly learn how the electrician or carpenter reads your construction drawings, you learn how a contractor works and that things may go differently than planned,” student of...

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The children’s lectures by Maarten Steinbuch

A dinosaur robot in his hand and his gown on, that is Maarten Steinbuch during one of his children’s lectures. The professor at TU/e and entrepreneur likes to talk about the future of driving...

150 girls doing research at Philips: Girls Day

Although the growth is undeniable, girls in secondary education generally do not yet sufficiently opt for a technical subject cluster. There has also been little increase in the number of students...

CBS: Technical education more popular among girls

It is a matter of the long haul before the tech companies in the region will really benefit from it, but according to CBS the trend has really started: girls at HAVO, VWO and MBO choose a technical...

Better mix between teaching and business

(This is a compilation of articles previously published on Bron.Fontys) By Petra Merkx Recent research carried out by the Platform Bèta Techniek (PBT) shows that 40% of workers who do not work in...

Brainport Primary Schools: the Brandevoort Example

The Brainport schools have recently added a new level to their system – the level of primary schools. Brainport school is the innovative concept of school that was developed in Eindhoven region to...

HighTechXL starts its own school: High Tech MBA

In 2018, HighTechXL, the Maastricht School of Management and the High Tech Campus Eindhoven will start a new type of MBA programme aimed at the high-tech sector. With the start of this high-tech MBA...

Successful women researchers at TU/e

Less than 30% of the world’s researchers are women, says the latest research by Unesco Institute for Statistics. So is the gender gap still existent? There have been numerous researches on that and...

€8000 development fee for Fontys Food Festival

With an incentive fee of 8000 euros, Fontys Food Festival should be able to professionalise itself. The money comes from the European subsidy program for higher education Erasmus+ for “Organisational Support” (OS), “Bron“, Fontys’ information website, reports. International...

European Venture turns Technical Talents into Entrepreneurs

TU/e Innovation Lab is the University’s valorisation service where knowledge, developed on the TU/e, is brought to the market and society. By means of cooperation, the Innovation Lab focuses on stimulation of business development, innovation and entrepreneurship, along with the...

RAAK grants for Fontys (3): Electric Transport

Three projects of Fontys are receiving large, four-year grants within the RAAK-PRO regime of SIA. It is about the projects Progress with Electric Transport in Cities, Printing makes Sense and e-Exercise lower back pain. Fontys submitted six full applications, nationwide there...

ASML to set up Training Center in Shanghai

ASML is going to set up a training center in Shanghai. Experienced ASML lithography engineers will provide the training to ASML’s customer support work force, as well as to its existing and...

Alvin from Guadeloupe

People from many different countries live, study and work in Eindhoven. Every week, E52 has a talk with an international about what brought them here and what life is like in Eindhoven. Name: Alvin Arthur Country of origin: Guadeloupe, France Study: Food/Non-Food bachelor at...

Wil van der Aalst to become Humboldt-prof in Aachen

Starting January 1, 2018, Wil van der Aalst, currently Full Professor of Information Systems at Eindhoven University of Technology, will be appointed Humboldt Professor at RWTH Aachen University....

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