The startup has created a brain-controlled exoskeleton to help brain-damaged patients recover
H2Origen, a project that turns wastewater into potable water, wins the Award out of 250 competing projects
The first edition of the Belgian edition of the Award concludes with a winning project for the creation and modification of geospatial information.
The winner will take part in the international final of the everis Awards competing for an additional prize of € 60,000 to finance the project
With this alliance, more than 150,000 children from 900 public and private schools will benefit from the workshops on programming and robotics.
This agreement adds to the one signed with the City Council last May to bring technology closer to young people.
The winner enters the international final of the everis Award in Spain –to be held in November– where they will compete for a prize of € 60,000.