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.
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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.
"Don't put any more money into old polluting solutions but continue to invest smartly in research and technology."
The ECOSTRESS sensor can map geothermal fields by satellite. This geothermal heat can be processed into sustainable energy.
‘Sometimes research is just a matter of turning left or right while others are going straight ahead’
In the weekly Follow-up section, we provide a sequel to our best-read stories. This week it was the article about a modified yellow fever vaccine in the fight against COVID-19.
The high-tech medical start-up Sirius Medical in Eindhoven is allowed to enter the market with its Sirius Pintuition product. Their product was awarded the CE […]
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The Twente start-up ECsens won the 4TU Impact Challenge at the beginning of this month. Students from the four technical universities in The Netherlands presented […]
ECsens has won the 4TU Impact Challenge. The start-up from the University of Twente is designing sensitive sensors for a faster diagnosis of cancer. This […]