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.
T-cells are genetically modified in the laboratory by adding an extra piece of DNA. This makes the cells able to detect, attack, and eliminate cancer cells.
"The further development of Campus Groningen is an integral project. The strength is not in the individual elements, but in the whole"
The intensive care unit of the UMCG receives 450,000 euros to find out why COVID-19 patients are much more often overweight in the ICU
"If we don't act, antibiotic-resistant infections threaten to become the leading cause of death worldwide by the year 2050."
With a microbiological air sampler, the researcher can measure the air in the room after someone has talked, coughed or sneezed
Innofest provides space for a multi-purpose crew shirt, compostable building materials, a microalgae soft drink and a platform for a safer nightlife.
In addition to raw materials for adhesives, coatings, and healthy food, can a potato also provide ingredients against the effects of infection with the coronavirus? […]
Valencia-based Zeleros Hyperloop has completed a financing round worth more than €7 million. With this investment, the company starts a new phase in the development […]
The Province of North Holland commissioned a study into the construction of a pipeline network that will enable the ultra-fast Hyperloop to glide from Amsterdam […]
“At the top, details make all the difference,” are the words of Stefan de Vrij, footballer with FC Internazionale (Milan) and the Dutch national team. […]
The benefits and necessity of removing microplastic particles from the world’s oceans and ashore has spurred many scientific researchers towards finding the ultimate solution. Yet […]
The Arctic climate changes will not increase the chance of colder winters in the short term. Analysis of climate models shows that relatively cold winters […]
The Fontys team FHICTDigital won €1500 today at the Odyssey Hackathon in Groningen. The team came second in the category “Rethink Retirement”, which had to […]
Over the next twelve years, governments and companies in the Northern Netherlands intend to invest 2.8 billion euros in the large-scale use of sustainably generated […]
The northern Dutch city of Groningen is spending three million euros on subsidies to get the project Cybersecurity Noord-Nederland off the ground. The aim of […]
If there is one category of companies that are responsible for innovation in the Netherlands, it would have to be the start-ups. Innovation Origins is […]
The number of English taught programmes in Dutch higher education have risen tremendously in the last fifteen years. A wide array of critics raised concerns […]