Every other week we take a look with sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra at what catches his eye in terms of making the earth sustainable. This week: Why scientists need to become better storytellers.
Near-field light has great potential for applications in particle manipulation, molecular detection and optical communication.
Budget cuts for research, innovation and health at the Corona summit meeting of the 27 EU heads of state are causing dismay and concern across Europe.
[UPDATE] Oxford University’s first clinical trials with a potential corona vaccine have so far been disappointing. After the publication of the preliminary data, it was […]
Dutch spending on Research & Development increases, but the country remains an average performer in Europe
In 2018, companies, institutions and higher education in the Netherlands spent approximately 16.7 billion euros on Research and Development (R&D) with their own and hired […]
From the suspicious driver to the tech-savvy passenger: in the online study “The Pulse of Autonomous Driving”, Audi has produced a user typology of autonomous […]
Every year, around two million women worldwide are diagnosed with breast cancer, which at 30.5 percent is still the most common cancer among women. According […]
Dutch Topsector policy works: more innovations through joint research between universities and industry
Innovative products mainly come to the fore when knowledge institutions and companies work together. The Dutch government stimulates this cooperation on a large scale with […]
Researchers from Dutch universities are launching a major new research programme into the ethics of disruptive technologies. The ethicists, philosophers and technical scientists have received […]
Multiple Sclerosis is one of the most common inflammatory diseases of the central nervous system. More than 200,000 patients live with the disease in Germany. […]
Millions of children and adolescents around the world play the Fortnite game. What makes this game so popular? Research teacher Mirjam Baars researched it and […]
This article is an introduction to the series on Campuses in North Brabant. In the next 8 weeks, we will publish the profiles of all […]
Researchers at the TU/e have found a cheaper way to make an expensive cancer drug. Former bachelor student Daphne van Scheppingen discovered the method in […]
Merging on the motorway or changing lanes: this may one day literally become an automatism for truck drivers. Jan Loof, a mechanical engineer at the […]
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? […]
More than anywhere else in the Netherlands, radical and social innovations are realized in the Eindhoven region. On average, the share of innovations here is […]