Researchers at the TU Eindhoven are working on a replacement for gearboxes, the electromagnetic drive, which should enable robots in various sectors to work more accurately and effi
The Eindhoven CORE student team from the Netherlands has proven with its oven that it is possible to recycle electronic devices in their entirety.
ZED wins the second edition of the Dutch 4TU Impact Challenge. The start-up from Delft University of Technology is working on a more sustainable Internet of Things without batteries.
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.
Will we live in a large robot in the future? Professor of Smart Architectural Technologies Masi Mohammadi is developing a robot house. "A house should accommodate its occupants needs and wishes."
Researchers from TU Eindhoven (TU/e), together with its European research partners in the TRIANKLE consortium, have received a grant of €5.9 million for the development of bio-implants.
The Dutch student team RenewCO2 at TU/e is working on a technique that converts CO2 into formic acid. Using just electricity and water, the greenhouse gas is converted into a CO2-neutral chemical.
Going to a good game at the stadium or watching a match in front of the telly. The women and men from the Dutch national football teams have wee nieces and nephews: Soccer robots.
Robots are taking over more and more tasks from people in factories. But what if these machines work together with people to make their work easier, more fun and better?
The Polar team from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands, led by polar explorer Ewout Hulscher, aims to conduct emission-free and waste-free research on Antarctica.
A self-driving or a flying vehicle that delivers parcels and a garbage truck that drivies autonomously through your neighborhood. This could well become a reality within just a couple of years.
Watch the live stream of the world premiere at a Dutch brewery of the use of iron fuel as a sustainable alternative for industry and electric power stations this afternoon at 1 pm CET.
The strong competencies of the university in the field of millimeter-wave technology has caused the initiative
Blindness and impaired vision can be prevented or even cured with the new treatment options that are being developed by Chemelot InSciTe.
"We are approaching the point where driving becomes cheaper than public transport, not only for the government but also for the user."
In order to be a part of society, robots need to understand people. This is one of the biggest challenges in robotics today.
Internet giants such as Amazon, Facebook and Google store what are known as 'fingerprints' for the security of user data. This security system has not been proven to be watertight.
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.
Vanaf 26 oktober wordt in Den Bosch de Data Week gehouden. Universiteiten, overheden en bedrijven delen de nieuwste inzichten rond data. Innovation Origins blikt deze week vooruit.
A surgeon's eyes have been greatly improved thanks to technology in recent years, for example with the advent of new image processing techniques and digital microscopes. But what about their hands?"