Samuel Benhaiem, an Electrical Engineering student at HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, is listed in the Sustainable Young 100. The Sustainable Young 100 (Duurzame Jonge 100 in Dutch) provides an overview of the 100 most sustainable young pioneers in the Netherlands. By means of his start-up Chexs Receipt App, Benhaiem aims to make paper till receipts a thing of the past.
The Dutch government must make a structural contribution to the further development of campuses and science parks. These physical innovation ecosystems serve as facilitators and accelerators of regional, national and international partnerships between knowledge institutions and companies.
Platelets are not only involved in blood coagulation and the development of thrombosis. Researchers from Utrecht University, UMC Utrecht and Erasmus MC have now discovered that they also play a role in our immune system: they appear to be indispensable in protecting our respiratory system against pathogens.
Zeeland is intended to become the leading knowledge region in the fields of water, food and energy. To achieve this, Utrecht University is joining forces with other knowledge and education institutions to set up the Delta Knowledge Institute.
Students at HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht have developed a sensor that measures all kinds of factors simultaneously: temperature, light, movement, humidity and air pressure. They also developed an app that provides insight into the results.
Utrecht Science Park is the beating heart of one of Europe's most competitive regions. We bring competence from business, industry and academia together in order to design and create healthier, safer and more sustainable cities for today and for subsequent generations.
Utrecht Science Park provides a vibrant, dynamic and exciting place to work, to study and to interact