Luigi Sasso with nanoprinter in Delta
With his new tool, the Nanoscribe, 3mE researcher Dr. Luigi Sasso has created a 0.1 mm-sized copy of the famous Rietveld chair. Sasso works on biomedical sensors which can be mass-produced.
Autonomous ships at BBC Arabic
A video about autonomous ships.
Mehdi Saffarian in Delta with research on brake lights
Maintaining distance from the car in front of you improves safety, but it also reduces road capacity. An experimental new display promises higher traffic density as well as fewer collisions. (Photo: PhD thesis)
Amir Zadpoor in tv program De Kennis van Nu
The latest bone prosthetics are 3D-printed. They are custom made and have pores which are invaded by bone cells. An interview with materials scientist, Amir Zadpoor.
Hyperloop, the continuing story: in the media
SMO Promovendi Programme in the media
What do the circular economy and improving the Dutch healthcare system have in common? They are the focus areas of the SMO Promovendi Programme, that helps PhD candidates develop transferable skills while they work to solve societal challenges. TU Delft PhD candidate Awaz Ali (Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime & Materials Engineering) joined the SMO Promovendi programme last year. With her research focused on designing steerable instruments for complex heart interventions, she said she made the decision based on her long standing interest in doing something for society.
Workshop steel and chocolate in the media
The complex challenges that chocolatiers face every day are in fact pure science, just like the production of steel. On Monday 13 March, chocolate experts and steel experts will shed light on the underlying processes and structures of chocolate and steel from a scientific and industrial perspective.
Delft students win Elon Musk's Hyperloop competition: various media
A team of student's from TU Delft won the overall prize for best designed Hyperloop capsule at a competition organized by Elon Musk's space company SpaceX in Hawthorne, California.