Dutch researchers have discovered the parameters that govern the encapsulation of drugs.
A Dutch study shows that it is the period after falling asleep that determines whether or not people experience sleep.
A new technology promises significant advancements in long-range 3D imaging and monitoring the success of cancer treatments.
Data often find their way in the evaluation of new products, once the design process has been concluded.
Dutch researchers have developed a method to stimulate the brain using electrodes that are placed on the head rather than inside it.
A Dutch project develops a system for energy storage via metal.
The Dutch state, a number of provinces and regions, companies and knowledge institutions are together investing in accelerating the development of integrated photonics.
A new algorithm from the Netherlands allows the creation of lego-like modules for lock construction.
Black fungi colors the wood and protects it from wood rot and degradation by sunlight.
A new high-tech bracelet developed by scientists from the Netherlands detects 85 percent of all severe night-time epilepsy seizures.
Dutch researchers have developed a practicable and reliable way to test for infectious diseases.
Biosensors can help to reduce the incorrect use of antibiotics by establishing the appropriate dosage for each patient.
Researchers from Eindhoven University of Technology and Radboud University Nijmegen have developed a groundbreaking, high-throughput lab device to speed up the research.
A Dutch team has developed an ultra-light, electrically-powered car prototype based on flax fiber and sugar.
A Dutch start-up aims to commercialize new wireless technology to enable extremely fast 5G and 6G.
In the fight against mobile banditry, the police, together with Eindhoven University of Technology, are going to do a trial with data correlation.
Everything indicates that technology based on ‘quantum’ will change society radically in the near future, for example via ultra-fast computers, a ‘quantum internet’ or by developing new medicines much more quickly.
A new method could make it possible in one to two years for supercomputers to utilize artificial neural networks that quadratically exceed the possibilities of those used today.
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 student at TU/e is developing a special braille keyboard named ‘Tipo’, designed to help blind and visually impaired people.
Drilling out a hole in the skull base has to be done with great precision and often takes many hours. Researchers have developed a surgery robot to take over the task.