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Campus - Physics - 12.07.2024
UT and Forschungszentrum Jülich sign historic Memorandum of Understanding

Innovation - Health - 12.07.2024
University of Twente in European top with three new Proof of Concept grants

Health - Pharmacology - 11.07.2024
Making healthy cells stronger might protect them against cancer cells
Cancer cells are known to take advantage of a mechanism called cell competition, a quality control system that ensures that our tissues are composed of healthy cells.

Campus - Career - 10.07.2024
UT’s finances: current state of affairs requires immediate and significant adjustments

Sport - Microtechnics - 10.07.2024
Why smart robots should be as lazy as possible
Why smart robots should be as lazy as possible

Life Sciences - Event - 09.07.2024
Corné Pieterse elected as new EMBO member

Pedagogy - 09.07.2024
Ministry extends funding to strengthen knowledge on long-term care

Environment - 09.07.2024
Climate Council advises government: Act decisively and with policy on CO2 removal to meet climate goals

Chemistry - Innovation - 08.07.2024
Two Utrecht projects received funding within National Growth Fund programme Circular Plastics NL

Environment - Campus - 08.07.2024
Michelle van Vliet appointed Professor of Water Quality and Sustainable Water Systems

Computer Science - Materials Science - 08.07.2024
Can quantum computers solve an old riddle in composites design?
Can quantum computers solve an old riddle in composites design?
A team of researchers at TU Delft are the first in the world to apply quantum computing to solve an old riddle in the design of fibre-reinforced composite materials: how to determine the optimal sequence of angles at which the material's layers are composed and stacked. This layering determines the mechanical properties of the material, essential for the application of composites for lightweight aircraft, wind turbine blades, cars or even batteries, etc.

Career - Materials Science - 05.07.2024
ERC Advanced grant for research on smart engineering at molecular scale

Education - 05.07.2024
Education Inspectorate’s reaction to Plan for Change
This week, the Education Inspectorate shared its findings on TU Delft's social safety improvement plan: the Plan for Change .

Pharmacology - Health - 05.07.2024
New CHDR location: a boost to human drug research in Twente
The Centre for Human Drug Research (CHDR) is about to open a new location in Twente. At this location, the Leiden-based drug research institute will work closely with the regional hospital Medisch Spectrum Twente (MST) and University of Twente's Technical Medical Centre (TechMed Centre).

Health - Environment - 05.07.2024
Designerly ways of caring / Sustainable future healthcare
We all read it in the news from time to time: our current healthcare system is under pressure. We face the challenges of an ageing population, more people living longer with chronic diseases and as a result we have to deal with rising costs and staff shortages.

Health - Campus - 03.07.2024
UT and KWF: route to personalised advice for treating fatigue following breast cancer

Environment - 03.07.2024
36000 buried tea bags aid science and bring to light the importance of soil
36000 buried tea bags aid science and bring to light the importance of soil
By burying 36,000 tea bags and retrieving them three months later, researchers and citizen scientists worldwide gathered data on the decomposition of plant material in soil.

Campus - 03.07.2024
Annual report 2023 published

Physics - Campus - 02.07.2024
New Thermodynamics Method Enhances Maintenance and Prevents Failures
New Thermodynamics Method Enhances Maintenance and Prevents Failures
The performance and reliability of machines and devices reduce as they age. Currently, inaccurate degradation characterization leads to overand under-maintenance, both of which have dire consequences on society.

Economics - Health - 02.07.2024
Family-related issues can cause crises in family businesses
Crisis management in family businesses is strongly impacted by their unique goals, governance, and resources.

Campus - Career - 02.07.2024
Twente plans to strengthen national microchip sector presented

Campus - Physics - 01.07.2024
Raimond Snellings appointed head of Department of Physics
Raimond Snellings appointed head of Department of Physics

Life Sciences - 01.07.2024
Bacteria of pest insect fool crops
The Southern green shield bug is a major problem for food production. The insect loves tomatoes, cucumbers and bell peppers and is responsible for up to 40 percent of crop losses.

Campus - 01.07.2024
UT PhD candidate receives prestigious fulbright scholarship

Physics - Campus - 01.07.2024
KU Leuven and TU Eindhoven enter into robust semicon collaboration
KU Leuven and TU Eindhoven enter into robust semicon collaboration

Environment - 28.06.2024
June edition Delft Matters published
June edition Delft Matters published

Campus - Event - 28.06.2024
Recap TechMed Research Day

Astronomy / Space - Environment - 28.06.2024
TU Delft student team designs a self-supporting lunar village
TU Delft student team designs a self-supporting lunar village
Dream Team -Space Oasis Delfthas designed a lunar village for 150+ residents. The dwellings have elements of biomimicry, contain a self-sustaining biosphere and simulate a day-night cycle as well as seasons.

Astronomy / Space - Environment - 28.06.2024
Dream Team designs a self-supporting lunar village
Dream Team designs a self-supporting lunar village
Dream Team -Space Oasis Delfthas designed a lunar village for 150+ residents. The dwellings have elements of biomimicry, contain a self-sustaining biosphere and simulate a day-night cycle as well as seasons.

Campus - 27.06.2024
EEMCS faculty board complete with appointment of Mirije van Dijk as new managing director

Event - 26.06.2024
Edwin van Meerkerk awarded special sustainability award

Life Sciences - 26.06.2024
How AI can help blind people see
More than 40 million people worldwide are blind. Scientists are working to develop implants in the brain that will allow blind people to see a little, for example a pattern of a streetcar or a cyclist.

History / Archeology - Art and Design - 26.06.2024
Portrait as a symbol of Nijmegen’s involvement in slavery

Campus - 26.06.2024
TU Delft congratulates its oldest PhD graduate ever

Event - 25.06.2024
About the scientific conference on transgender care on 27 June

Health - Media - 25.06.2024
Collaboration ERMeCHS research cluster ROCCS results in journal publication
The ROCCS research cluster of ERMeCHS, the research institute of ESHCC, recently published a scientific paper on the 'Data leak' scandal during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management.

Materials Science - Physics - 21.06.2024
New X-ray machine unveils the ’hidden layers’ of materials
On the 21 of June, the Nanolab of the University of Twente opened a new state-of-the-art research facility.

Chemistry - Innovation - 21.06.2024
Promise green hydrogen may not always be fulfilled
Promise green hydrogen may not always be fulfilled
Kiane de Kleijne examined not only the benefits of green hydrogen, but also the emissions associated with producing and transporting green hydrogen.

Sport - Innovation - 21.06.2024
TU Delft presents faster and safer suit for kiter Annelous Lammerts
For the first time, kitesurfing is on the Olympic Games programme, with the Dutch Annelous Lammerts as one of the top participants.

Chemistry - Environment - 21.06.2024
Climate promise green hydrogen may not always be fulfilled
Green hydrogen often, but certainly not always, leads to CO2 gains. This claim is based on research published in Nature Energy by Kiane de Kleijne from Radboud University and Eindhoven University of Technology.

History / Archeology - Politics - 21.06.2024
Guno Jones delivers inaugural lecture as first professor of Anton de Kom Chair
Guno Jones delivers inaugural lecture as first professor of Anton de Kom Chair

Innovation - Event - 21.06.2024
TU/e Contest gives students with market-worthy innovations a stage
TU/e Contest gives students with market-worthy innovations a stage

Environment - Event - 21.06.2024
Spinoza laureate Detlef van Vuuren: ’Let the future not only be sustainable, but also just’

Microtechnics - Innovation - 21.06.2024
David Abbink receives Stevin Prize

Pedagogy - Innovation - 20.06.2024
AI Hackathon brings innovation in education

Transport - 20.06.2024
Student team URE presents latest race car; faster through corners and higher top speed
Student team URE presents latest race car; faster through corners and higher top speed

Innovation - 20.06.2024
Roel Vertegaal appointed Professor of Human-Computer Interaction

Law - Social Sciences - 20.06.2024
Human rights under pressure, but still effective

Life Sciences - Environment - 20.06.2024
Wild pig plague is evolving rapidly
Animal species can sometimes evolve very quickly. Biologist Niek Barmentlo discovered that this is now happening in North America.

Health - 20.06.2024
Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize for Gertjan Medema
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