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National ‘Sportinnovator’ Award for ‘measurement-cycle’

18 October 2016

TU Delft’s Sports Engineering Institute won the SportInnovator Award for its project ‘Faster and safer cornering with the sensor bike’ on 11 October 2016. Continue

 

Minister Schultz bezoekt innovatieve watermanagement-startups

30 August 2016

Minister van Infrastructuur & Milieu Melanie Schultz van Haegen bezocht op dinsdag 30 augustus in Delft de proeftuin Flood Proof Holland, een faciliteit voor onderzoek & onderwijs en het testen en demonstreren van innovaties op het gebied van waterbeheer. Continue

 

Minister of Science & Technology, professor Yang visits The Green Village

29 August 2016

Learning about the Dutch approach - Professor Yang, Minister of Science & Technology from Taiwan, is in the Netherlands from 28 till 30 August to learn about innovating, the Dutch way. He and his delegation, with amongst others his Deputy Minister and the Director-General of the department of International Cooperation & Science Education (ICSE) is traveling the country for a three day working...Continue

 

The airbag of WOLK Company receives first UNIIQ investment

23 August 2016

The recently launched investment fund UNIIQ introduced on August 23, 2016, with the opening gong, its first two investments. One of the two investment is for WOLK Company who developed an airbag that protects the hip when falling down.Continue

 

Neelie Kroes visits RoboValley: 'Don't be modest!'

29 June 2016

Neelie Kroes, Special Envoy of StartupDelta, visited RoboValley. We organised a round table at our office, where Kroes asked us about our ambitions and gave us her view on the future. The former EU-Commissioner made it clear that we shouldn’t be modest and she showed a particular interest in ‘RoboQuarter’.Continue

 

‘Unmanned Valley Valkenburg crucial for new technologies’

22 June 2016

The realisation of ‘Unmanned Valley’ Valkenburg is crucial for the valorisation of new technologies. That is the message delivered by professor Hester Bijl from Delft University of Technology at the InnovationQuarter year event, which found place at the former airport in Katwijk.Continue

 

New Investment fund for startups in the proof-of-concept phase

20 June 2016

Katwijk, The Netherlands, June 20 -, Startup Ambassador Neelie Kroes launched ‘UNIIQ’, which is a new investment fund in Zuid-Holland for the proof-of-concept phase of new technologies. The fund assists entrepreneurs in Zuid-Holland to bring innovations faster to market.Continue

 

EU Vice-President Mr. Timmermans visits TUDelft fieldlabs

14 June 2016

Tuesday June 14. Delft University of Technology welcomed Mr. Frans Timmermans, First Vice- President of the European Commission and responsible for sustainable development and ‘better regulation’. Mr. Timmermans was interested to learn about the latest ground-breaking innovations that are being developed, built and tested in the field of climate change and circular economy at TU Delft campus. Continue

 

ISEA 2016 – The Engineering of Sport

14 June 2016

From July 11-14th 2016 the Sports Engineering Institute of Delft University of Technology will host the 11th conference of the International Sports Engineering Association. Continue

 

New Fund for Robotica

31 May 2016

Chrysalix Venture Capital and RoboValley in Delft, Netherlands, have teamed up to raise the new RoboValley Investment Fund.Continue

 

In search for solutions for coastal erosion Vietnam

26 May 2016
Coastal erosion Vietnam

With its long coastline Vietnam is one of the country’s most struck by Climate Change, El Nino and other heavy weather phenomena (e.g. typhoons). One of the effects is the heavy coastal erosion which at some places even leads to houses and infrastructure being completely swapped away by coastal landslides caused by sea erosion.Continue

 

Circular Economy Project REPAiR receives 5 million from H2020 programme

26 May 2016
REPAiR (REsource Management in Peri-urban Areas: Going Beyond Urban Metabolism)

The H2020 Research & Innovation Action project REPAiR (REsource Management in Peri-urban Areas: Going Beyond Urban Metabolism) led by Alexander Wandl and Prof. Arjan van Timmeren of the Urbanism Department of Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, shall receive 5 million Euros funding from the H2020 programme. Continue

 
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