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13 November 2018

Engineers going bedside...

09 November 2018

Open Mind: Smart parasite detector for animals

African Animal Trypanosomiasis is a parasitic infection, spread mainly by the bite of infected tsetse flies. It is prevalent in 37 sub-Saharan countries and Ethiopia and has become the major constraint of livestock production. It kills approximately 3 million livestock every year, with an approximate loss of 4.5 billion US Dollars yearly. Since no vaccine has yet been developed, there is need for strategic control options which include case detection, treatment, and vector control. But first, diagnosis is needed. Microscopic examination of blood samples is the standard diagnostic method, but it is time-consuming, expensive and not sensitive enough.

09 November 2018

Ahold Delhaize and TU Delft join forces in robotics

Ahold Delhaize is set to join forces with TU Delft, RoboValley and YES!Delft to explore new robotics applications in the retail sector.

06 November 2018

Frank Schrama receives Williams Award

25 October 2018

Giulia Giordano appointed as Delft Technology Fellow

11 October 2018

Paulien Herder moves from TPM to 3mE

10 October 2018

Transport liquid gas calls for new kind of tank

10 October 2018

New method for reducing vulnerability of naval vessels wins prize

10 October 2018

Space station at sea for extreme Arctic winter expeditions

05 October 2018

3mE'er Laurens Valk nominated for 'Best Graduate' TU Delft