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Environment - 30.05.2024
Flowery dikes are at least as strong and better for biodiversity

Chemistry - Environment - 30.05.2024
Chemical engineer helps green the chemical industry
Chemical engineer helps green the chemical industry
Alternatives for the current energy-intensive separation processes in the chemical industry could significantly decrease both the sector's CO2 footprint and its energy consumption.

Campus - 30.05.2024
Inaugural lecture Jörg Raab: How (not) to use organizational networks

Environment - 29.05.2024
Sustainable hydropower development in the Upper Indus
Sustainable hydropower development in the Upper Indus
The upper Indus basin, home to the Himalaya, Hindukush and Karakoram mountain ranges, feeds major rivers that flow through India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and China.

Career - Campus - 29.05.2024
University of Twente Co-Leader of the National Network for Citizen Science

Innovation - Economics - 29.05.2024
'I'm a great supporter of open and collaborative innovation'
’I’m a great supporter of open and collaborative innovation’
Fellow Ton Peijnenburg brings together the worlds of VDL ETG and TU/e. Collaboration with industry is in TU/e's blood.

Innovation - 29.05.2024
Visualizing complex information: a picture paints a thousand words

Health - 28.05.2024
Pursuing a smart device to watch hormonal balance after a brain tumor
Pursuing a smart device to watch hormonal balance after a brain tumor
In collaboration with Princess Máxima Centre and the company Corsano, and with funding from the KWF Dutch Cancer Society, TU/e researchers are seeking a smart device solution to help children and adol

Politics - 28.05.2024
New roles of state and citizens essential for marginalized neighborhoods
The interaction between the state and citizens of marginalized neighborhoods does not only take place in cooperation or conflict but also in the spaces 'inbetween'.

Campus - Career - 28.05.2024
University of Twente excels in student satisfaction in National Student Survey

Environment - Campus - 28.05.2024
Climate Centre financiert negen nieuwe projecten met impact op klimaatverandering
In de tweede editie van haar jaarlijkse seed funding call heeft het Climate Centre van de Universiteit Twente negen klimaatgerelateerde projecten in totaal  ¤126.000 financiering toegekend.

Campus - 28.05.2024
Enschede named ’Best Student Room City in the Netherlands 2023’

Innovation - Physics - 27.05.2024
Pioneering 'hybrid chips' to make the most advanced square centimeter even more efficient
Pioneering ’hybrid chips’ to make the most advanced square centimeter even more efficient
TU/e is the ideal place to bring electronics and photonics together and accelerate the digitization of our modern lives.

Physics - Innovation - 27.05.2024
NWO Summit Grant to investigate fundamental quantum limits
NWO Summit Grant to investigate fundamental quantum limits

Physics - Computer Science - 27.05.2024
EIC Pathfinder Grant to build prototypical quantum computer

Environment - 27.05.2024
’Not every exotic species needs to be controlled’
Certain invasive exotic species, such as the red swamp crayfish, are harmful to our environment because they nibble on aquatic plants, dig burrows in banks, and transmit crayfish plague to native species.

Environment - Campus - 27.05.2024
Climate Centre funds nine new projects aimed at increasing climate impact

Campus - 24.05.2024
Meike Nauta wins Overijssel PhD Award 2023

Health - Innovation - 24.05.2024
World-class collaboration receives ¤37.5 million for regenerative medicine using smart materials
World-class collaboration receives ¤37.5 million for regenerative medicine using smart materials
TU/e professor Carlijn Bouten is contributing to the DRIVE-RM consortium with her department and her knowledge of regenerating the body's own cardiovascular materials.

Environment - Architecture - 24.05.2024
University of Twente ITC faculty awarded BNA Best Building of the Year 2024

Environment - Earth Sciences - 24.05.2024
¤30 million for research into accelerating climate change
¤30 million for research into accelerating climate change
Climate change can accelerate due to feedback mechanisms: complex phenomena caused by climate change that in turn can further drive climate change. An example is the extra CO2 emissions from thawing permafrost. Research into the influence of feedback mechanisms in the long term has been ongoing, and modern climate change research is obviously happening as well, but the connection between the two has so far been underemphasized.

Politics - 24.05.2024
¤30 million for research into social cohesion

Campus - Career - 24.05.2024
Mariana Belgiu receives the Professor De Winter Award

Campus - Innovation - 24.05.2024
62nd Dies Natalis: may we live in hopeful times

Health - Pharmacology - 23.05.2024
Helga Gardarsdottir appointed Professor of Real World Data for Decision Making on Medicines
Utrecht University has appointed Helga Gardarsdottir as Professor of Real World Data for Decision Making on Medicines.

Environment - 23.05.2024
The global clean water crisis looms large
Water scarcity will intensify with climate and socioeconomic change, disproportionately impacting populations located in the Global South.

Physics - Innovation - 23.05.2024
ASML and TU/e will give collaboration a major boost over the next 10 years
ASML and TU/e will give collaboration a major boost over the next 10 years

Pedagogy - 23.05.2024
Stricter phone policy at secondary schools: coordination with parents and pupils is crucial

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 23.05.2024
Creating life from lifeless biomolecules with AI and lab evolution
What is life? How does a living cell emerge from lifeless molecules?- wondered a multidisciplinary team of Dutch scientists.

Physics - Chemistry - 23.05.2024
'Exact placement of atoms can drive future chip innovations'
’Exact placement of atoms can drive future chip innovations’
Area-selective atomic layer deposition is set to be a leading technique when it comes to making the advanced computer chips of the future, according to TU/e researcher Adrie Mackus.

Campus - Career - 22.05.2024
UT researches arduous transition to circular infrastructure sector

Campus - Politics - 22.05.2024
Israel-Hamas: EB TU Delft calls for immediate ceasefire

Campus - Politics - 22.05.2024
Israel-Hamas: EB and deans TU Delft call for immediate ceasefire

Career - 22.05.2024
Hiring people with disabilities requires looking beyond perceptions
Many people with disabilities would like to work but are not hired. There are many possible explanations for this persistent problem.

Environment - Campus - 17.05.2024
More leptospirosis cases after floods
A recent study, published by researchers at the Faculty of ITC, has shown that flooding leads to increased leptospirosis cases.

Physics - Innovation - 17.05.2024
Niek Lopes Cardozo: 'Nuclear fusion is no longer 30 years away'
Niek Lopes Cardozo: ’Nuclear fusion is no longer 30 years away’

Campus - 17.05.2024
Protest campus square

Social Sciences - 16.05.2024
Klarita Gërxhani elected as member of KNAW
Klarita Gërxhani elected as member of KNAW

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 16.05.2024
Reducing food waste and promoting sustainable agriculture in Africa with sustainable off-grid cooling

Pedagogy - 16.05.2024
Social Safety Plan TU Delft submitted to the Education Inspectorate

Architecture - Campus - 16.05.2024
UT and Central Government Launch Digital Design & Architecture Course

Health - Environment - 16.05.2024
Five new KNAW members from Radboud University and Radboud University Medical Center
Jeanine Houwing-Duistermaat, Floris Rutjes, Tamar Sharon, Caroline Slomp and Caroline Klaver have been appointed as new members of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).

Social Sciences - 16.05.2024
Klarita Gërxhani member of KNAW
Klarita Gërxhani member of KNAW
The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) has elected 17 new members - distinguished scientists from all disciplines - for life, including VU Amsterdam Professor of Socio-economics Klarita Gërxhani.

Pedagogy - 16.05.2024
Help for teachers in implementing Challenge-Based Learning
Help for teachers in implementing Challenge-Based Learning

Health - Innovation - 15.05.2024
Healthtech Nexus: Radboudumc and University of Twente join forces

Campus - Environment - 15.05.2024
Faculty of ITC leading in geospatial research

Event - 15.05.2024
VU UPDATE: Situation in Israel and the Palestinian regions

Health - Campus - 14.05.2024
Innovative immunotherapy for liver cancer treatment

Economics - History / Archeology - 14.05.2024
Tine De Moor’s Rotterdamlezing celebrates the power of citizen collectives

Social Sciences - 13.05.2024
Response to the open letter of 9 May concerning Israel and Gaza
Response to the open letter of 9 May concerning Israel and Gaza