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20 November 2023
Building an ethical framework to assess offshore wind park projects
15 November 2023
More efficient electrodes for CO2 recycling
CO2 electrolysis is a promising way to store energy whilst recycling carbon dioxide. By applying electricity, CO2 and water react and produce more complex molecules. A study published in Nature Communications lead by Hugo van Montfort at TU Delft has presented a new design of electrodes that improves the efficiency of CO2 electrolysis.
14 November 2023
Behnam Taebi in "Groendoen" - Technique, ethics and policy as triangle
31 October 2023
Kornelis Blok appointed as Honorary Professor
On 12 October, Kornelis Blok was appointed Honorary Professor at the Institut Teknologi Sumatera by the rector, Prof I Nyoman Pugeg Aranthya. Kornelis Blok, together with Jaco Quist and others, is involved in a collaborative project aimed at making electricity supply in Indonesia more sustainable.
26 October 2023
Controlling waves in magnets with superconductors for the first time
Quantum physicists at Delft University of Technology have shown that it’s possible to control and manipulate spin waves on a chip using superconductors for the first time. These tiny waves in magnets may offer an alternative to electronics in the future, interesting for energy-efficient information technology or connecting pieces in a quantum computer, for example.
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