10 March 2020
Researchers organically engineer solar cells using enzymes in papaya fruit
Titanium dioxide (titania) thin films are commonly used in various types of solar cells. The fabrication methods that are currently used to create such titania films require high temperatures, as well as expensive, high-end technologies. Researchers at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) have now developed a fully organic method to engineer porous titania thin films at relatively low temperatures.
14 January 2020
Delft research brings new generation of batteries a step closer
For large scale introduction of electric cars it is important to develop safer batteries with more capacity compared to the current Li-ion batteries.
09 December 2019
A boost for head and neck proton therapy research
25 November 2019
Using the Unused: Light Conversion Coating for Greenhouses
What if there was a coating for greenhouse glass that converts harmful ultraviolet radiation to visible light that is useful for plants in the greenhouse?
07 November 2019
A new look for the Reactor Institute Delft
TU Delft's Reactor Institute Delft (RID) will get a new look in the form of new dome plating. As of 4 November, a scaffolding is being built around the dome for this purpose. Because of the shape of the dome, building the scaffolding is a specialist job. This will take a few weeks. It is expected that all 1,200 plates will be replaced in the second quarter of 2020.
24 September 2019
'Battery research holds promises, but still has a long way to go'
Inaugaral lecture prof.dr.ir. M. Wagemaker (TNW): Recharge 25 september 2019, starts at 15:00 – Aula, TU Delft
06 September 2019
Larmor TU Delft NWO project celebration
On Wednesday 29 August, the official closing of the special NWO Large project Larmor of TU Delft and ISIS took place in the neutron facility ISIS.
04 July 2019
RID presents annual report OYSTER
RID is proud to present the annual report of the OYSTER programme.
18 April 2019
Reactor shutdown May 2019 to early 2020
30 November 2018
On Friday 30 November, the festive opening celebration of HollandPTC will take place in the Prinsenhof museum in Delft. Recently patients are being treated with proton therapy, a new form of radiotherapy against cancer for the Netherlands, in the outpatient centre HollandPTC located on the campus of the TU Delft. Parallel to these treatments, TU Delft is working together in HollandPTC with the LUMC and Erasmus MC medical centres on innovations in the care of cancer patients. Treatment, education and research go hand in hand to achieve better and responsible care.