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.
The PoSTuRE project is developing a new surgical method for scoliosis patients that will drastically reduce the number of repeat operations.
The Data Week will be held in Den Bosch from 26 October. Universities, governments and companies will share the latest data insights. Innovation Origins looks ahead this week.
Bone formation does not require complex biomolecules in collagen. This makes the making of biomaterials and bone substitutes a lot easier
Consortium CrossWind, with Shell and Eneco, wins the tender for a wind farm in the North Sea
In an attempt to “innovate the Netherlands out of the current crisis”, Dutch Research Organization TNO is finding inspiration in Germany. “Germany increased its national […]
Intel’s Thunderbolt connection is poorly secured. Master student Björn Ruytenberg of the University of Technology in Eindhoven, Netherlands, has discovered seven security holes in the […]
A TU Delft graduate student from Soft Robotics, Indu1strial Design Engineering, has created the fastest swimming flexible robotic fish. Mimicking the movement of real fish, […]
Siemens passes Huawei as the world’s most innovative company – Philips holds leading position in the Netherlands
Siemens has taken over the global leading position from Huawei in terms of the number of patent applications. Whereas the Chinese company was by far […]
At the Maastricht Health Campus, the startup EmoSys has developed a neuroscience-based portable solution for the treatment of depression. The device produces electrical impulses that […]
The headquarters is and will remain in Eindhoven, but Innovation Origins has now also managed to build a solid base outside that Dutch city-of-tech. The […]
Of course, the Indian flag waved on top of the town hall, there were official talks with the mayor and NXP’s country director, researchers at the […]