Nominee Roche Patient Innovation Award 2019!

We’re proud to have been nominated for the Roche Patient Innovation Award 2019, along with two other great initiatives. You can help us win by giving your vote until 15 September. Thanks!


Winner Creative Heroes Award 2019!

creative heroes award 2019 mindaffect winner

Yes! We won the Creative Heroes Award 2019 in the category 1:1. Yesterday evening in Amsterdam, the prize was awarded to our team, represented by our own Ronald. A great compliment and boost for our team!


Shortlisted in Academic Startup Competition

We are proud that we have been nominated as one of the most promising spin-off startups in the Academic Startup Competition where Dutch universities and scientific institutions nominate their best and join the race for the 10 Dutch Pioneering Innovations from Science. Coming May 14 we will hear if we make it to the top-10! Please see their website for more info or read more in the press release that has been released by the organisation.


Interview MindAffect investor Bernard Muller

One of the investors in our company is Bernard Muller. Bernard is an ALS patient himself. Dutch newspaper FD had an extensive interview with him in which he was open and honest about his struggle. It resulted in a beautiful article (free registration required, Dutch only).


“An internet of brains…”

Our own Jason comments on research and experiments done at the University of Washington and Carnegie Mellon in Seattle where three people were able to play a game of Tetris by connecting their brains. Article appeared in Dutch newspaper Volkskrant – Dutch only.


MindAffect a breakthrough technology for 2018

On September 27 2018, the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam was host to CES Unveiled. At the event, Prince Constantijn Van Oranje-Nassau showed a video with 10 Dutch breakthrough technologies for 2018 on behalf of StartupDelta. We were featured as well and are proud of the recognition.


“Typing by just looking…”

MindAffect mentioned in a column in Dutch newspaper Financieel Dagblad on the slow merging of men and computer. Dutch only and free registration needed.