In the media

18 February 2019

Bachelor students Marine Technology in Delta

Inflatable bracelets could help prevent ships from capsizing when damaged. Delft students calculated how this extra safety measure can be achieved.

12 February 2019

Barry Fitzgerald in Delta

For Barry Fitzgerald, superheroes like Iron Man are no longer fantasy. He aims to use technology to create actual superhuman powers that have a positive influence on society.

11 February 2019

Jan Klein on NPO Radio 1

Quarreling hospitals, from Sneek to Nijmegen (Dutch)

31 January 2019

Paul Breedveld in Alliance of Advanced BioMedical Engineering

The same mechanism that enables a parasitic wasp to lay her eggs inside a caterpillar without killing it could one day help surgeons operate deep inside the human brain or reach tumors in parts the body that are currently inaccessible.

24 January 2019

Nima Tolou in Delta

Pacemakers run out of batteries after around 7 years, so wearers undergo several open-heart operations during their lifetime to replace them. The solution? The heart itself.

22 January 2019

Victor Gonzalez and Joris Dik on Rembrandt’s painting technique in various media

Henk Polinder (MTT) has radio talk on challenges of wave energy extraction in NOS Radio 1 Journal. (Dutch)

14 January 2019

Jaap Harlaar in Kennislink

14 January 2019

Henk Polinder in NOS Radio 1 Journal

Henk Polinder (MTT) has radio talk on challenges of wave energy extraction in NOS Radio 1 Journal. (Dutch)

10 October 2017

Nima Tolou, Assistent Professor Mechatronic System Design op BNR radio

10 April 2017

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.