CLImatic Manipulation of ECosystem Samples
Due to climate change, the world as we knowtoday is rapidly changing. Temperatures are rising, and both rain events and periods of drought become more frequent, intense and longer lasting. These changes are affecting ecosystems and the services they provide (e.g. food production, water storage, nutrient cycling) in unknown ways. Experiments in which climate extremes are manipulated were hard to perform, but CLIMECS greatly facilitates such experiments by exposing mini-ecosystems collected from nature to realistic climate scenario’s (e.g. simultaneously manipulating temperature and precipitation conditions), to test predictions on how climate change will affect nature in the near future.
Improving the plastic recycling process by providing a representative volumetric thermal analysis Veridis Instruments decreases the uncertainty in the recycling industry by increasing the accuracy and ease of use of the analytical methods currently being used in the industry. By decreasing the uncertainties of the recycled plastics, we increase the value of the plastic batches. […]
Calibration-free webcam eye-tracker based on deep learning DeepEye records eye movements using a regular webcam and cutting-edge AI algorithms. Eye-tracking is widely used to understand how humans process information. This information provides solutions for scientific research, marketing & advertising, building human-computer interfaces, and diagnosing mental disorders. DeepEye is designed to make eye-tracking available to everyone […]
Mobile molecular visualization for the future of educators and researchers Molecules are three dimensional, blackboards and projectors are two dimensional. We aim to help educators and researchers visualize molecules in three dimensions by visualizing the structures in VR, all from the convenience of their mobile device.