Yesterday Philips and Academic Medical Centre (AMC) in Amsterdam announced their collaboration in a European multi-centre clinical study to investigate a new diagnostic technique targeting immediate assessment of the results of a minimally-invasive treatment for diabetic foot and critical limb ischemia. Severe diabetic foot complications, which are the result of hampered blood circulation, affect millions of diabetic patients globally.
Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) takes the world number 1 place in the ranking for scientific co-publications with industry. This is shown by the CWTS Leiden Ranking, which was published last Wednesday.
On Saturday 6 June (11.00 - 17.00 hrs) a number of top technology companies in attractive locations in the Brainport region will be allowing people to come and have a look behind the scenes. This day promises to be full of surprising discoveries for everyone - young or old, professional or amateur.