Eindhoven University of Technology's innovative learning environment, innovation Space, has been nominated for the Dutch Higher Education Prize. The award ceremony will be held on March 1.
The Lumipol Group from Heeze in the Netherlands will be given a minority stake in this spin-off originating from the Eindhoven University of Technology for its investment of several million euros.
Former TU/e student Henk Arntz has found a solution that allows solar power plants to produce power profitably on a much smaller scale.
Dutch energy research center DIFFER and Swiss EPFL have developed a new control system to cool hydrogen particles before they reach the wall.
After the pandemic, lots of people are looking forward to going to festivals again. No need to wait at the bar. A fully automatic beer machine will tap your beer fast and with 'two fingers of foam.'
It yields a liquid fertilizer with a high nitrate content that can easily be absorbed by plants.
Crops in greenhouse horticulture can be fertilized in a sustainable way by mimicking the action of a lightning bolt.
What started out as a PhD research project has grown into a profitable business. Sorama develops acoustic cameras that can detect the source of noise disturbances. Their equipment is now going global.
VIRTU/e student team is designing the neighborhood of the future. The technology for sustainable homes already exists, now all that remains is the social aspect.
Global Student Entrepreneur Award 2021 goes to GOAL 3 for a monitor that curbs infant mortality in developing countries
Jelle Schuitemaker, co-founder of start-up GOAL 3, has won the Global Student Entrepreneur Award 2021. GOAL 3 develops monitors to combat preventable infant mortality in developing countries.
TU/e student team Team Energy brings people together for the energy transition. To inspire and connect as many people as possible. Last year, the team found alternatives to large-scale events.
Dutch Start-up Speeco develops lightweight carbon fiber handlebars for cyclists. This increases the aerodynamics and offers more comfort and stability.
Easy, inexpensive and sustainable flights back and forth between Curaçao, Aruba and Bonaire. This is ideal for islanders and tourists. Electric aviation offers a solution.
The Gate boosts the success rate of start-ups by linking incubators and accelerators in the Dutch Brainport region
As of today, high-tech start-ups in an early phase can turn to The Gate, a central contact point in the Dutch Brainport region offers start-ups more guidance and helps them become more successful.
Thanks to a new biosensor, medication doses can be automatically regulated based on a patient's condition. Lives can be saved by continuously monitoring the concentration levels of medicines in blood.
The Netherlands must be CO2 neutral by 2050. But there is no coordinated plan to switch to sustainable energy. That is why the Eindhoven University of Technology is developing digital models.
Solar Team Eindhoven is changing course. Following the solar-powered family car, this year the team is working on another type of vehicle.
Researchers within the Dutch WAVES study are analyzing and influencing uterine waves to increase the likelihood of pregnancy during fertility treatments.
The Dutch government must be transparent about the unprofitable peaks of renewable energy because otherwise citizens will not understand why they have to abandon gas in order to be CO2 neutral by 2050
How can light influence your behavior? This is what the IGNITE student team is conducting research into. The team shares the knowledge it has gained with the lighting industry.