Innovative projects from mobile sensors to fight air pollution and living coastal protection, to plastic construction panels for building temporary shelters for refugees, for instance.
"Anything that can help us innovate our ideas about innovation can help keep Brainport at the top for the next ten years"
The strong competencies of the university in the field of millimeter-wave technology has caused the initiative
"We are approaching the point where driving becomes cheaper than public transport, not only for the government but also for the user."
The [email protected] student team from the Dutch Eindhoven University of Technology are developing a platform to monitor convalescing COVID-19 patients at home after being hospitalised.
"The road from a successful single square centimeter in a lab trial to a marketable product that can be sold is long"
This will enable safety regions, responsible for local and regional corona measures, to intervene faster and more effectively in the event of imminent corona outbreaks
"Don't put any more money into old polluting solutions but continue to invest smartly in research and technology."
A mini robot that swims through your bloodstream in order to administer medication. It may sound like science fiction for now, but it can easily become reality.
“Brainport is world-class in Systems Engineering” – sounds good, but how do you secure that position?
"Despite being world-class, we do not have programs in systems engineering for high-tech equipment at our universities. We want to change this."
"If we can make our knowledge more explicit and develop activities such as events and education, then we can accelerate the learning curve around systems engineering"
"To make sure that you always get that energy exactly where and when you need it, you need smart storage and conversion."
Students at the Eindhoven University of Technology are building a house that blocks the electromagnetic radiation from, for example, bluetooth and telephones - a solution for the hypersensitive
A new algorithm reduces the need for standard coronatests in hospitals and increases the efficiency of care.
Microplastics in rivers, seas and oceans pose an increasing threat to humans and animals. Students of Eindhoven University of Technology are working on a machine to count plastic granules in rivers.
The government supported initiative wants to "unlock the collective intelligence in the Brainport region"
Malaria drug Hydroxychloroquine appears to block ‘trained immunity’ – which undermines its use for corona
Researchers at the Radboudumc have discovered an until now, unknown effect of hydroxychloroquine. It inhibits the action of a certain type of white blood cell, […]
Mimicking the human brain is a dream of many scientists, both the computer world, which is envious of the energy efficiency and learning character of […]
Jheronimus Academy of Data Science, Eindhoven University of Technology, and Tilburg University, together with Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, are creating a “Toolkit Artificial Intelligence” […]
Many ships use heavy fuel oils that contain large amounts of sulphur and nitrogen which end up emitting greenhouse gases and other damaging substances. The […]