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Climate & Energy | TV show Kassa investigates with Rolf Hut and world champion short track cyclist Harrie Lavreysen
Focus on the very smallest
Health & Care | 400 years after Van Leeuwenhoek's first microscope, research into ground-breaking microscopy is still going strong in Delft.
Open Access publishing is not enough
Health & Care | Publishing data and code openly is only of value if someone else can work with it.
Cold ice shelves Antarctica more vulnerable than previously thoughtSome cold ice shelves in Antarctica, which researchers initially thought would remain stable over the coming centuries, turn out to be vulnerable in the event of further global warming. This conclusion results from a study led by Utrecht University and on which Stef Lhermitte and Bert Wouters from Delft University of Technology contributed.
Minerva Prize for quantum physicist Anne-Marije ZwerverThe jury of the Minerva Prize 2022 has selected Anne-Marije Zwerver (QuTech, TU Delft) as the winner from a list of impressive nominations. This prize is awarded to an outstanding young female or non-binary physicist in the Netherlands with an overall performance that scientifically excels in any subfield of physics.
Can nature-based climate change adaptation measures benefit the Dutch housing market?The Netherlands needs to account for climate-driven flood risks when planning new housing advises the Deltaprogramma: where and how we build houses and what governments and homeowners can do to adapt to the increasing flood risks.
TU Delft in ROBUST with 3 new ICAI labs and AI clinics for SMEs thanks to NWO funding of 25 million euroToday, the NWO announced that it is awarding the ROBUST programme 25 million euros. ROBUST, an initiative from the Innovation Centre for Artificial Intelligence (ICAI), is a collaboration of 51 partners from industry, government, and the knowledge sector, including TU Delft. ROBUST's total budget is over 87 million euros, and with the new impetus from NWO, 17 labs and 170 PhD students will be added in 10 years.
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