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Physics - Campus - 14.03.2024
TU Eindhoven launches pioneering master's specialisation in Optics and Photonics together with partners
TU Eindhoven launches pioneering master’s specialisation in Optics and Photonics together with partners

Environment - Innovation - 13.03.2024
Experimenting for sustainable land use: free exploration or limited view?
Experimenting is hot! And that is promising for environmental problems, because experimenting is the management approach where radically alternative ideas can be tested and scaled up.

Physics - Innovation - 13.03.2024
Pioneering ’MasterPlus’ programme in optics and photonics to see the light in September 2024

Campus - Religions - 13.03.2024
Sharda Nandram appointed Chief Diversity Officer

Environment - Chemistry - 13.03.2024
TU Delft presents the nine Best Climate Action & Energy Papers
Increasingly extreme weather conditions and a steadily rising sea level are unmistakable signs of the deepening climate crisis.

Environment - 11.03.2024
Creating smaller electricity markets
Creating smaller electricity markets
Sjoerd Doumen defended his PhD thesis at the Department of Electrical Engineering on March 7th. Our current energy systems have two major and related problems: congestion of the power grid and a mismatch between supply and demand.

Innovation - Environment - 08.03.2024
UT spin-off FlowBeams receives ¤2.5 million grant to accelerate needle-free injection technology

Event - Campus - 08.03.2024
ENHANCE+ Kick-Off welcomed over 130 representatives from our 10 partner universities to Berlin
ENHANCE+ Kick-Off welcomed over 130 representatives from our 10 partner universities to Berlin

Health - Media - 08.03.2024
Grants in Impact Explorer for unexpected discoveries
Grants in Impact Explorer for unexpected discoveries
During the research, you sometimes encounter results that you did not expect. Although this was not part of the research plan, you still want to do something with it. To further develop these unexpected findings, VU projects will now receive a small top-up of up to 30,000 euros per project from NWO. With this additional contribution, societal impact can be created.

Health - Psychology - 08.03.2024
’Empathetic computers can bring people closer’

Physics - Campus - 08.03.2024
Women in physics take the spotlight at WomenNetPhysics
Women in physics take the spotlight at WomenNetPhysics

Campus - Environment - 07.03.2024
Resilience Reflection #29: Preparing with and for each other

Health - 07.03.2024
It's 'no sweat' to use sweat to check your health!
It’s ’no sweat’ to use sweat to check your health!
Emma Moonen defended her PhD thesis cum laude, which is about sweat monitoring with a microfluidic device, at the Department of Mechanical Engineering on March 7th as TU/e celebrates International Women's Day.

Innovation - 06.03.2024
'When it comes to digital culture, we need to look at the Global South'
’When it comes to digital culture, we need to look at the Global South’

Environment - 06.03.2024
Is the Amazon forest approaching a tipping point?
In the 21 century, parts of the Amazonian forests could reach a tipping point. A new study in Nature by an international team of authors including Utrecht University's Arie Staal and Hans ter Steege  reviews the state of knowledge about the possible transitions that the Amazon may undergo.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 06.03.2024
Balloon Telescope GUSTO lands on Antarctica after record-breaking flight
Balloon Telescope GUSTO lands on Antarctica after record-breaking flight

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 06.03.2024
High-tech fries thanks to statistics
High-tech fries thanks to statistics
Puck Mulders defended her PhD thesis at the Department of Mechanical Engineering on March 6th. She often stood between the potato plants in her boots and now these experiments serve as the basis for sustainable fry project 'Frietje Precies' .

Health - Computer Science - 05.03.2024
Ammodo Science Award for AI researchers at Radboud university medical center
Researchers Jeroen van der Laak, Geert Litjens, and Francesco Ciompi from Radboud university medical center receive the Ammodo Science Award 2024.

Health - 05.03.2024
Large project to improve the treatment of women with DCIS

Economics - 05.03.2024
Zwanet van Lubek appointed general director of AMS Institute

Event - 05.03.2024
Getting a PhD with an autistic brain
Getting a PhD with an autistic brain

Environment - Innovation - 04.03.2024
Statement about the announced climate protest
Statement about the announced climate protest

Career - Campus - 04.03.2024
Large research grant for reducing distance to labour market for people with disability

Campus - Career - 04.03.2024
67 years of women at TU/e
67 years of women at TU/e

Innovation - 04.03.2024
Disruptive AI calls for a disruptive legal response

Career - 01.03.2024
TU Delft stresses need for permanent improvement in social safety

Career - 29.02.2024
'Integrity needs more attention at our university'
’Integrity needs more attention at our university’

Innovation - Microtechnics - 29.02.2024
Vici grants for two leading TU Delft researchers
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded two TU Delft researchers a Vici grant of up to 1.5 million euros.

Life Sciences - Innovation - 29.02.2024
Vici grants for brain research, language technologies and genetic disorders
Five scientists from Radboud University and RadboudUMC are receiving a Vici research grant from the Dutch research organisation (NWO).

Psychology - 29.02.2024
Katrijn Van Deun awarded prestigious NWO Vici grant to develop new data science methods

Media - 29.02.2024
A different view on refugees in the media
Almost daily, we see photographs and videos of refugees in the European media. These images often unconsciously frame 'the refugee' as a victim or a threat and play into the hands of anti-migration sentiments.

Health - Innovation - 29.02.2024
Biosensing Team Twente starts as the ninth student team of the University of Twente

Materials Science - Life Sciences - 29.02.2024
Prestigious NWO Vici grants for Rudie Kunnen, Ilja Voets, and Tom de Greef
Prestigious NWO Vici grants for Rudie Kunnen, Ilja Voets, and Tom de Greef

Event - 29.02.2024
Renske Keizer awarded with a Vici grant
Renske Keizer awarded with a Vici grant

Innovation - Microtechnics - 29.02.2024
Vici grants for three leading TU Delft researchers
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has awarded three TU Delft researchers a Vici grant of up to 1.5 million euros.

Economics - Career - 29.02.2024
Resilience Reflection #28: Transforming SMEs for resilience

Law - Politics - 29.02.2024
Can politicians abolish a court of justice? ’Nothing has changed since 1901’

Materials Science - Campus - 28.02.2024
Print the future: a 3D micro-optics revolution
In a recent publication in the scientific journal Trends in Chemistry from Cell Press, researchers from the University of Twente delve into the potential of 3D printing ceramics in micro-optics.

Innovation - Health - 27.02.2024
Kidney Technology receives Open Technology Programme funding

Environment - Innovation - 27.02.2024
NWO grant to point out most potent iron powders
NWO grant to point out most potent iron powders
The NWO grant of 845,000 euros is for research on the use of iron powder as renewable energy. TU/e and EIRES researchers Xiaocheng Mi and Giulia Finotello have been awarded a new project in NWO's Open Technology Programme.

Law - Environment - 27.02.2024
What are the implications of a socio-ecocentric approach to criminal law to enforce sustainability commitments?

Computer Science - 27.02.2024
Casey Deccio (Brigham Young University) gives a Cybersecurity talk

Law - Politics - 27.02.2024
Dissolution ’progressive’ Dutch East Indies high court in 1901 offers lessons for today

Economics - Campus - 26.02.2024
Inaugural Lecture by Tine Buyl: Behavior of CEOs and strategic leaders of great influence on organizational resilience

Psychology - 23.02.2024
Increasing equality of opportunity for applicants by structuring and objectifying the selection process
Structuring the selection methods for job applications promotes equality of opportunity.

Transport - Environment - 22.02.2024
Rise in traffic accidents since introduction of shared e-scooters
In the Netherlands, most e-scooters are banned from public roads, but in other European countries, electric shared scooters are almost indispensable in the urban landscape, especially in larger cities.

Health - 22.02.2024
Special gel could help in surgery after pelvic organ prolapse
Twenty per cent of women who have had surgery for pelvic organ prolapse require surgery again. This is usually due to suboptimal wound healing after surgery. The synthetic PIC gel (discovered at Radboud University) might help improve this recovery process. Melissa van Velthoven will receive her PhD at Radboud University on 27 February for research on this topic (in collaboration with Amsterdam UMC).

Innovation - Economics - 21.02.2024
TU/e-led project 'UPSCALE' gets go ahead thanks to NWO KIC funding
TU/e-led project ’UPSCALE’ gets go ahead thanks to NWO KIC funding

Innovation - Economics - 21.02.2024
'A startup is a really fun ride that I wish for every student'
’A startup is a really fun ride that I wish for every student’

Environment - Innovation - 21.02.2024
Resilience Reflection #27: Sustainable solutions for vulnerable communities
In this week's issue of  Resilience Reflections ,  Peter Chemweno  shares his research experience within engineering and how this has led him to work with colleagues at the UT on engineering solutions for vulnerable communities.