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The Patch That Warns Against Impending Heart Attacks

The Patch That Warns Against Impending Heart Attacks

News item | 04-05-2016 | 00:00

Pharrell and Dutch brand G-Star join sustainable forces

US star Pharrell Williams becomes co-owner of Dutch clothing company G-Star. His company Bionic Yarn and the denim brand produce ...

News item | 01-03-2016 | 12:23

Dutch students develop car powered by formic acid

Students from Netherlands’ Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) managed to power a small-scale car using formic acid.

News item | 27-01-2016 | 13:34

New year, new website! HollandTradeandInvest.com

As of 4 January 2016, the website Hollandtrade.com has become HollandTradeandInvest.com, a promotional platform to stimulate ...

News item | 04-01-2016 | 09:00

Dutch digital delta: an international testing ground for ICT

The dutch digital delta aims to turn the Netherlands into a fertile testing and development environment for international ...

News item | 24-12-2015 | 09:23

Strong growth of Dutch exports

The volume of Dutch exports of goods was up by 5.4 percent in July 2015 from July 2014.

News item | 17-09-2015 | 11:27

Dutch ICT innovation at Cyber Security Week

The Hague will be the venue of the international Cyber Security Week from 13 to 17 April 2015.

News item | 07-04-2015 | 00:00

Medical drone promises increased cardiac arrest survival rates

Alec Momont, a graduate student at Delft Technical University, has designed an unmanned, autonomous medical drone.

News item | 03-11-2014 | 00:00

Philips taps into Dutch affinity for collective collaboration

Cooperation is deeply ingrained in the Dutch DNA. Philips is approaching collaboration in very modern way with the Hackathon.

News item | 24-09-2014 | 00:00

Philips develops brainwave-controller for ALS patients

Dutch multinational Philips and US firm Accenture, developed proof-of-concept software that helps patients suffering from ALS.

News item | 05-08-2014 | 00:00