The Amsterdam research landscape sees a continuous emergence of new opportunities, spin-offs, start-ups, and products and services. These benefit society in areas as diverse as education, healthcare, clean energy and information and communication technology (ICT). New companies started by staff (spin-offs) and students (start-ups) offer opportunities for collaboration and investment.
In the context of valorisation and entrepreneurship, each university participates in new ventures through a holding company:
Raoul Frese – assistant professor at the Faculty of Science, Biophysics Photosynthesis/Energy at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam – has received the last Physics2Market subsidy to further develop material to substitute mineral wool in greenhouses. Greenhouse horticulture is a highly controlled way to grow crops and flowers in a semi-artificial environment. This main industry in the Netherlands […]News
Halleh Ghorashi, Jeroen Kluck en Hergen Spits winnaars Impact Award 2021!News
Oxygen is of vital importance. In critical situations, the management of oxygenation is difficult. Many interventions during and after surgery and in intensive care are aimed at maintaining oxygen levels in organ cells. Until now, only indirect information about this has been available. As a result, what is the best treatment for the individual patient […]News