From cleanroom to boardroom
The future of the Organ-on-Chip-technology
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The Tactile Internet will break the barriers of the internet as we know it.
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.
The Earth's youngest animal species
Some of the animals are a metre in length and others just the size of a matchbox. Some can fly, others walk or swim.
Start spreading the news
A social data science expert explains how to tackle the grizzly problem of fake news.
Forecasting gigantic ash clouds
Huge ash clouds are an impressive sight, but it also aused a great deal of disruption and entailed significant costs.
Small devices with huge potential
The power of small numbers
Marcel Reinders, professor at TU Delft, conducts research in bioinformatics and explains about developments in single cell data analysis.
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 .
Next generation: solar cells as construction materials
It will be possible to use the highly-efficient solar cells of the future almost anywhere.
Digital remote passenger scanning
This will allow security guards to carry out checks in the airport lobby, without passengers having to stand in a scanner.
Now is the time to get ready for the wide-scale introduction of electric vehicles in our cities and our electrical power systems.
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Smart sensors with impact
Professor Kofi Makinwa builds sensors based on chip technology. One of his achievements is a wind sensor without moving parts.
Will the Terminator come to life?
Will humans become cyborgs by 2050? If they do, is that such a bad thing? Wouter Serdijn, Professor in Bio-Electronics at TU Delft, is thinking out loud.
Since the advent of medical imaging, several decades ago, applications have been introduced in the form of models.
Bringing the medical world into science non-fiction
Cutting people open is outdated.