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20 June 2022

Farbod Alijani in various media

30 May 2022

Alejandro Aragón in various media

12 May 2022

Designing the perfect piece of chocolate

Designing the perfect piece of chocolate

Is it possible to design edible materials that optimize an eating experience and enjoyment? Physicists and food researchers show that indeed it is.

19 April 2022

Bacterial soundtracks revealed by graphene membrane

Bacterial soundtracks revealed by graphene membrane

A of researchers from TU Delft , led by dr. Farbod Alijani, have managed to capture low-level noise of a single bacterium using graphene. Now, their research is published in Nature Nanotechnology.

25 February 2022

Angelo Accardo in various media

17 January 2022

Richard Norte in various media

11 January 2022

ERC Starting Grants for two 3mE projects

ERC Starting Grants for two 3mE projects

Sabina Caneva and Richard Norte, researchers of the department of Precision and Microsystems Engineering, have been awarded an ERC Starting Grant by the European Research Council.

06 December 2021

Richard Norte in various media

15 November 2021

NWO Open Competition Grant for Sabina Caneva

NWO Open Competition Grant for Sabina Caneva

In her research project ‘MechanoPore’ Sabina Caneva works on the development of programmable, shape-shifting DNA origami nanovalves for size-selective delivery of biomolecules across cell membranes. The NWO Domain Board Science has awarded Caneva for her research in the Open Competition Domain Science-XS.

28 October 2021

TU Delft and ITEC BV launch X.AL, the first Dutch Lab for Extreme Chip Assembly Technology

TU Delft and ITEC BV launch X.AL, the first Dutch Lab for Extreme Chip Assembly Technology
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