The realisation of the first of five planned 3D-printed concrete houses will start this year in the Meerhoven neighbourhood in Eindhoven, being part of a new way of building homes.
A new anti-cancer drug may be effective against a wider range of cancers than previously thought.
Smaller than a grain of sugar, containers can lead benign bacteria safely through the gastric acid for release in the mucous membrane of the intestines.
Uber’s CEO announced a collaboration with École polytechnique to endow the Chair “Integrated Urban Mobility”.
Imagine if you could change the colour of your car to match your mood simply by tapping on your phone.
A student at TU/e is developing a special braille keyboard named ‘Tipo’, designed to help blind and visually impaired people.
People using brain-computer interface are more efficient when both human and machine are allowed to learn. Two tetraplegic users obtained the best performances at the international Cybathlon BCI.
Mixed forests are more productive than monocultures. This is true on all five continents, and particularly in regions with high precipitation.
Creation of a new central institute at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) that will link this focus with the engineering sciences and aims to transfer quantum systems into real-world applications more quickly.