The days when Barbie thinks only about what to wear are over. Smart-Gurlz has designed a doll to teach young girls about computer programming.
As Chinese research increasingly dominates science, Danish universities have set up a centre in Beijing to foster exchanges.
Edwin Hermkens is cofounder of MedApp, a Dutch start-up created in 2015 to help patients remember to take their medication. He explains how they do it.
Dubbed the Bill Gates of the Alps, Austrian entrepreneur Daniel Mattes recently launched his third start-up.
A Danish start-up makes artificial intelligence available to emergency-care services.
After testing its business model, a start-up has to begin producing regular income. This is a tricky step, and few are successful.
Determined to understand what internet users are thinking, Christian Henschel now manages one of Europe’s leading platforms in mobile intelligence.
Dutch start-up Bitsensor tries to help applications protect themselves better from cyberattacks.
An Austrian start-up helps machines understand human language.
As CEO of Sarenza since 2007, Stéphane Treppoz has turned the online seller into a key style site in 28 countries.
Berlin-based start-up Gigmit connects musicians and concert organisers through an online platform, hoping to revolutionise the market.
A Dutch innovator offers a visible view of an invisible world.
An amazing project may enable paralysed humans to walk again, with the help of an exoskeleton controlled directly by their thoughts.