Movie - DESHIMA Stargazing & Nanotechnology
Imagine you could look at the early beginnings of our universe, looking back into space and time.
Faculty collaboration boosts high performance computing
A couple of months ago TPM began collaborating with research departments from the faculties of CEG and EEMCS and bundled their High Performance Computing (HPC) capacity in the INSY cluster. TPM wanted to do this for the last eight years, but the timing was not right yet for such a collaboration.
Two researchers from TU Delft appointed as researchers-in-residence for the National Library
Antoine Peris and Cynthia Liem are the new researchers-in-residence of the National Library of the Netherlands (KB). In 2018 they will spend six months carrying out research into the representation of cities in the media and tracing references to music pieces in digitised newspapers.
New interactive technology makes rare cell types visible
Researchers from the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) and the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) have presented an interactive technique in the scientific journal, Nature Communications. The technique enables them to identify rare cell types among hundreds of other kinds.
Six million euros in research funding to develop technology that prevents sports injuries
In 2016, 121,000 people in the Netherlands sought emergency care for sports injuries.
Record performance of Dutch processed crystalline silicon solar cell
At the Dutch national PV conference "Sunday" in Bussum on the 8th of November 2017 Prof. Miro Zeman from Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) presented a crystalline silicon solar cell with the conversion efficiency of 23.0%. This is the highest efficiency of crystalline silicon solar cell fully processed in The Netherlands.
CloudCuddle winner of TedXAmsterdamWomen StartUp Award
Save the date: launch of Delft Bioengineering Institute
From plug and play enzymes to bioconcrete and from DNA sequencing to biosensors: bioengineering is one of TU Delft’s fastest growing research fields. That will be evident when Delft Bioengineering Institute is officially launched on Tuesday, 27 March 2018.
DESHIMA sees first light: a step closer to mapping the most distant star systems
DESHIMA is a completely new type of astronomical instrument with which a 3D map of the early universe can be constructed. In early October, Dutch and Japanese researchers installed the DESHIMA measurement instrument under the ASTE telescope in Chile. Over the past few days, DESHIMA has recorded light from an astronomical source for the first time. The development represents a significant milestone in the process of making the instrument operational.
Booking.com supports five Delft Global Scholarships for women in technology
Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) has announced plans to award five Delft Global Scholarships to outstanding female students from sub-Saharan Africa in 2018. The scholarships have been made possible by a donation to the Delft University Fund by Booking.com. Each scholarship will cover the full cost of a two-year Master of Science programme, including living expenses.