Based on the four editorial themes of sustainability, mobility, health and digital, the editors of Innovation Origins look back on 2020 with a summary of the most noteworthy news stories.
Being able to consult a colleague's expertise remotely is one of the possibilities that ZuidOostZorg is putting to the test with GemVision's SmartGlass.
TraceBook analyzes patient data and advises healthcare professionals on suitable treatments. Patients heal faster and have a better chance of recovery.
Good healthcare is not always a given. Start-up GOAL 3, of the TU Eindhoven, wants to help nurses and doctors in developing countries to improve care.
Where some people can't bear the thought of robots in healthcare, others see plenty of potential. E.g. chatbots are on the rise. The advantages and disadvantages of these systems at a glance.
The Coronavirus – still something that was far from our daily lives a month and a half ago, is now furiously sweeping through The Netherlands. […]
Door Vonk, co-founder and CCO of ‘Tired of Cancer‘ ran her own consultancy firm for many years. There, she raised funds for all kinds of […]
Some 200 seriously ill corona patients in Austria, Germany and Denmark are being given a new drug. Its active substance is APN01. Previous tests with […]
A significant proportion of COVID19 patients need to use a ventilator. This is such a high proportion that in the affected countries there are not […]
The Austrian government has committed itself to testing in the fight against the corona virus. This calls for a vast number of test kits. For […]
BioMatrix B.V., a spin-off from the Dutch Technical University of Eindhoven (TU/e), is developing a gel to repair degenerative damage to the intervertebral discs located […]
The Austrian start-up Innophore will screen two billion potential active substances for Covid-19. This is the largest computer-based screening project in the world. Collaboration with […]
Parkinson’s is one of the fastest growing diseases in the world. The same applies to dementia. There is still a lot unknown about these brain […]
We’ve all seen the footage over the past few days of hospitals with drive-in corona tests. Large tents are also being set up in other […]
Update: USA won’t get Corona vaccine via takeover: “Europe is not for sale” – CureVac gets €80 million from EU
One day after we wrote this article (see below) about the fact that biotechnology company Curevac and major shareholder Dietmar Hopp said “no” to a […]
The Utrecht start-up Prolira has developed a method, called the DeltaScan, which determines with 90% certainty within a minute and a half whether a patient […]
More than thirty babies on an incubator ward with a single nurse. This is quite normal in African hospitals. The nurse is always busy with […]
The population is rising and we are getting older and older. As a result, healthcare is becoming more and more expensive. We need to redesign […]
Ah, I suppose you were thinking about money as soon as you saw the headline. Fine, that’s also an investment. But I’m mainly thinking about […]
A Dutch startup BrightCape has developed a robot called SARA. SARA’s purpose is to support the nursing staff in taking care of the elderly. SARA […]