Playful brain training for children with cognitive problems
Aristotle Technologies announced they signed an agreement with Kempenhaeghe to help children with neurological disorders.
The memory of sound
Maarten Houben defended his thesis Cum Laude at the department of Industrial Design on November 1st.
Eindhoven Young Academy of Engineering welcomes six new members
The six researchers want to make the TU/e a better place for early-career academics, engineers and designers.
Startup Aristotle Technologies takes significant step with active investor
Aristotle Technologies, announced this week that Erik-Jan van der Linden has joined the young company as an active investor.
What future for humanity in a society governed by AI?
Five hot topics surrounding artificial intelligence in questions and answers.
Honest gossip may not be a bad thing after all
As part of an international team of researchers who modelled the effects of gossip, TU/e researcher Leo Tiokhin wins an Ig Nobel Prize.
Gendering robots is a cognitive shortcut that can lead to short circuits
Giulia Perugia, was interviewed about the human tendency to gender technology
Sputtering ketchup bottle lets soft robots run smoothly
The heart of the new soft robot is a 'hysteretic valve', as the researchers call their invention in a publication in the journal Matter.
Are babies the key to the next generation of artificial intelligence?
New research proposes a new research direction to overcome limitations of machine learning
Professor Eefje Cuppen new director of the Rathenau Institute
As of 1 October, professor Eefje Cuppen is the new director of the Rathenau Instituut
This is how your phone keeps you awake
New research insights on screen use, light and sleep
Collaborating on a real life Barbapapa
Soft robotics is an incubator for new creative possibilities and interdisciplinary research