Projects in Demonstrator Lab

Since 2017, many students and researchers have successfully used Demonstrator Lab to develop their ideas to maturity. This has led to the establishment of new companies offering new products and services. We present you an overview of the current participating projects below.

Universities
VU

TeachBack

A real-time feedback platform that gathers feedback during the course and empowers teachers with valuable insights. Current course evaluations at educational institutions have a negative image, are often seen as a management tool, have low response rates, are not trustworthy and lack insights to improve education. TeachBack aims to continuously improve education. We gather qualitative […]

TiliT Solar

TiliT Solar, leading a sustainable path for modern greenhouse cultivation. TiliT Solar is developing semi-transparent solar glass tiles that can be easily installed into greenhouses. The solar glass filters out sunlight that is harmful for crops and converts this into energy to power the greenhouse. Our solution aims to increase crop yield, while decreasing the […]

Veridis Instruments

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. […]

Virtual Human Rights Lawyer

Bringing technology and law together in order to make justice easier to access The Virtual Human Rights Lawyer (VHRL) is an easy-to-use tool offering chatbot technology for legal civil society organizations (CSOs). The VHRL helps to bridge the knowledge gap between these CSOs and often unaffordable international legal expertise by providing reliable information on international […]

Yamano Kiri

Reading the color code of molecules To analyse substances, we look at the “color” of the infrared light that is reflected from them. This is called the molecular spectrum. It gives a sort of fingerprint identification for that specific molecule. This fingerprint, especially of large molecules (f.e. biological molecules and special functions in those molecules) […]