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15 April 2019

Riender Happee on BNR Newsradio

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15 April 2019

Arend Schwab in diverse media

The steer-assist system is the first system in the world that can keep a bicycle upright. ‘This system keeps the bike and its rider stable at speeds above 4 km/h,’ explains TU Delft researcher Dr Arend Schwab.

15 April 2019

Frédérique Meeuwsen in Delta

After 10 years of preparation, everything came together when tagged instruments were used in a real operation for the first time last February.

11 April 2019

Jaap Harlaar on Radio West

A look into the care of the future with Medical Delta, a partnership between the universities and academic hospitals of Leiden and Rotterdam and TU Delft.

08 April 2019

Jerry Westerweel in Delft Integraal

Delft flow experts have made a model of how air pollution from the A13 is spreading through neighboring Overschie. The DisTUrbE project (dispersion in the turbulent urban environment) tests the effectiveness of measures against air pollution.

04 April 2019

Erik Offerman in Delta

Mining, using and disposing. We have never done anything else. But according to Erik Offerman, things have to change. He wrote a book about it for (future) engineers.

01 April 2019

e-Refinery in various media

TU Delft, Shell and various Top Consortia for Knowledge and Innovation (TKIs) are investing 5 million euros in the development of electro-conversion technology to make the petrochemical industry more sustainable.

21 March 2019

Barry Fitzgerald in Delta

“This is not your standard innovation lecture”, says Barry Fitzgerald. There'll be quizzes, film trailers and more in the BingeWatch Academy starting Thursday night 14 March.

19 March 2019

Riender Happee in NRC

"Acceleration is proportional to forces and stresses in tissues. And with that, normative for the risk of injury, "says Riender Happee, who works at TU Delft and specializes in research into car collisions.

14 March 2019

Rudy Negenborn in various media

If ships and other transport systems exchange information with each other, the infrastructure can be used much more efficiently and sustainably. That is what Rudy Negenborn, professor of Multi-Machine Operations & Logistics, will give his inaugural address at TU Delft on 15 March 2019.