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10 June 2021

De Mijnbouwstraat 120. From 1912-2021 a striking building

De Mijnbouwstraat 120. From 1912-2021 a striking building

The building at Mijnbouwstraat 120 was owned by the TU Delft for over 100 years and has a rich history. But this year it was sold.

10 June 2021

Karin Sluis is TU Delft Alumnus of the Year 2021

Karin Sluis is TU Delft Alumnus of the Year 2021

Karin Sluis, Senior Advisor and former Director of Witteveen+Bos, has been chosen as TU Delft Alumnus of the Year 2021.

01 June 2021

Exhibition Data traces: from clay tablets to bits

Exhibition Data traces: from clay tablets to bits

From June 5, 2021, the exhibition 'Bits of You' will be on display at The Studio in Amsterdam. In Bits of You you will experience how the data traces that we leave behind us every day affect our lives.

01 June 2021

To the bottom of Greenland's ice sheet

To the bottom of Greenland's ice sheet

The Greenland ice sheet looks calm. But inside it rumbles and grumbles, scientists and researchers discovered while drilling a kilometer deep hole. Among them are Bart Schilperoort and Bas des Tombe from TU Delft.

21 May 2021

Pandemic & Disaster Preparedness Center openend

Pandemic & Disaster Preparedness Center openend

The Pandemic & Disaster Preparedness Center (PDPC) was officially opened on Friday May 21 at Erasmus MC. Researchers at the PDPC study future virus outbreaks and disasters to be better prepared.

21 May 2021

TU Delft | Global Initiative is looking for students to join its first ever Student Club Board!

TU Delft | Global Initiative is looking for students to join its first ever Student Club Board!

Are you interested in sustainable global development? Do you think research and technology are important in achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals? Do you want to make a difference? Are you a BSc or MSc student? Then we are looking for you!

11 May 2021

Serge Hoogendoorn new member KNAW

Serge Hoogendoorn new member KNAW

Serge Hoogendoorn will be installed as a KNAW member on September 13. The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) has elected twenty-three new members, including three from abroad. Members of the KNAW, leading scientists from all disciplines, are elected on the basis of their scientific achievements. The KNAW has approximately five hundred and fifty members. Membership is for life.

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