Glow-in-the-dark paper and sustainable oil take steps to market
Two TU/e projects can be further commercialized thanks to financing from NWO.
Patricia Dankers wins prestigious prize American Chemical Society
Award for significant research innovation and achievement in the field of polymer science
Better view on narrowing carotid artery
Almost one million for the improvement of photoacoustics technique
Detecting pressure ulcers in sweat and sebum
Jibbe Soetens will defend his dissertation at the 18th of June at Eindhoven University of Technology
TU/e spin-off is working on a biomaterial that will help to treat spinal disc degeneration
NC Biomatrix is developing a bio-gel that can be injected directly into the spinal disc. This means less pain for patients with degenerative...
TU/e spin-off STENTit awarded for two prizes during the Global Entrepreneurship Summit
Prince Constantijn and Miss Ivanka Trump award STENTiT for both Outstanding Women Entrepreneur and GIST Health Runner-Up during the GES.
‘Measuring the exact concentration of medicine can save lives'
Combating diseases and optimizing treatments. This is what Helia Biomonitoring, a spin-off from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e),...
Student team T.E.S.T. finalist TU/e contest
Student team TU/e Sensing Team (T.E.S.T.) is developing a new biosensor technology that enables the quick measurement of the...
Vidi grants for patient-specific nanoparticles and 3D ultrasound
Lorenzo Albertazzi and Richard Lopata each receive Vidi grant of 800.000 euros
Highway should help scientific findings to clinic
TU/e professor and cancer researcher Wilbert Zwart advocates building a ‘highway’ between the lab and the clinic.
18 BME and ME students received their Master's degree
On April 29, the following graduate students received their Master's degree:
Injectable ‘chemo gel’ is possible alternative to abdominal rinses in abdominal cancer.
Abdominal cancer is one of the deadliest types of cancer. Without treatment, the expected survival is about 6 to 12 months.