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TU Delft material shines in medical detectors

You may not know it, but a type of material called scintillators was probably involved when you had your last medical scan. Working with the French company Saint-Gobain, scintillator expert Pieter Dorenbos at Delft University of Technology is currently developing the next generation of these materials.

Headlines

Qutech and co want to quantum-connect the Randstad
Neways acquiesces to automotive angst, axes 250
Academic Startup Competition announces its top 10
Ebusco and Rocsys link up for automated bus depots
Applied Materials bumps ASML back to runner-up in semi equipment market
Fastned lands France and €17M for further growth
TU Delft working on smart and communicative solar cells
Chip industry to grow 6 percent, top 15 by twice as much
Imec and KU Leuven flout Tesla’s keyless entry

Leydenjar’s silicon anode enters production realm

Start-up Leydenjar is setting up a pilot production line in Eindhoven to prove its high-capacity battery anodes made from nano-textured silicon can be made not just in labs but in factories as well.

In other news

Model 3 makes the Netherlands Tesla’s top European market (Electrek)
First Wi-Fi 6 trials with IoT devices declared a success (Techrepublic)
TSMC: 5nm in 2020, 3nm in 2022 (Digitimes)

The IoT is all about energy efficiency

With the data gathering and processing brought by the IoT, building management can go beyond operations tracking. It can help make better, informed decisions that create efficiencies and save money.