TU/e startup VivArt-X chasing innovative treatment of breast reconstructions
Thanks to €1.4 million from collaborating partners, the startup will accelerate its development of using autologous cells in breast…
The rules of growing tissue
Laura Rijns defended her PhD thesis cum laude at the Department of Biomedical Engineering on November 10th.
A heartbeat for soft robots aiming to improve lives of millions of patients
For his PhD research Luuk van Laake developed a control system for a future artificial heart that beats without any electronic components.…
Healthcare is under pressure, but technology can help solve its challenges
An integrated approach for future-proof healthcare was the topic of Medtech Day 2023
Glow-in-the-dark at the general practitioner
Eva van Aalen defended her PhD thesis at the Department of Biomedical Engineering on September 15th.
Breakthrough way to train neuromorphic chips
Using a biosensor to detect cystic fibrosis as the test case, TU/e researchers have devised an innovative way to train neuromorphic chips as…
Cardiologist Hareld Kemps appointed full professor at TU Eindhoven
The appointment of the cardiologist underlines the importance of collaboration between academia and the clinical world for innovation in the…
5 years of e/MTIC: how a tight-knit network accelerates healthcare innovation
e/MTIC, the largest public-private collaboration on medical technology in the Netherlands, celebrated its fifth anniversary last month.
Millions for research on issues from Dutch Research Agenda
TU/e involved in projects on renewable offshore technology and more sustainable healthcare, among others.
Moving cancer cells in a model
PhD candidate Vincent Debets investigated which elements are important for the movement behavior of a cancer cell.
Minimally invasive smart glaucoma implants
Inês Figueiredo Pereira received her doctorate cum laude from the department of Mechanical Engineering on July 5th.
Algorithms for the monitoring of sleep disorders with wearables improved with deep learning
New algorithm developed to monitor sleep with wearables in patients with sleep disorders have been tested in the clinical setting