Is sharing personal data a matter of all or nothing?
New digital technology is making it increasingly easy to share personal data.
The wonderful world of quantum computing
Quantum computers hold the promise for solving efficiently important problems in computational sciences.
Saving lives with mathematics
Professor Karen Aardal looks for the optimal distribution such that victims can receive help as quickly as possible.
Predicting extreme weather using data science
Dark clouds and strong winds, usually indicators of severe weather to come.
New electronic transaction system to prevent fraud
An online transaction system that can tell you the seller’s reputation.
PRIME: First aid for students struggling with maths
How can we transform maths teaching so that it better connects to the world as experienced by the students?
What do you ask a quantum computer?
So that it solves engineering problems
Robots, big data and the internet of things
The robotic trinity
More quants, please
The new mathematical brains in our financial world are nowhere near dangerous. We need them!
Just look at China!
Instead of looking at Google
Cheap and environmental friendly silicon chips printed on paper
Scientists at TU Delft have succeeded in printing a silicon chip on paper rather than on the usual plastic.
Solving the puzzle: a small scanner for suspicious moles
A small scanner for suspicious moles
From cleanroom to boardroom
The future of the organ-on-chip-technology
Small devices with huge potential
You CAN touch this
The Tactile Internet will break the barriers of the internet as we know it.
The power of small numbers
Marcel Reinders, professor at TU Delft, conducts research in bioinformatics and explains about development in singe cell data analysis
Smart sensors with impact
Professor Kofi Makinwa builds sensors based on chiptechnoloy. One of his achievments is a wind sensor without moving parts.
The DESHIMA guide to the galaxy
Once it all works, we will be able to create 3D maps of star systems, allowing us to look back in time and space.
"Why we should all change our online selves into 'John Doe'"
All the data that we share via social media or give to online services such as purchasing, is stored somewhere.
Bringing the medical world into science non-fiction
Cutting people open is outdated