Research reactor in tv programme Willem Wever
The research reactor was in the Willem Wever tv programme on 8 October. Here children's questions in the age 10-12 are answered. A recurring part is the Science item. Science journalist Diederik Jekel took a look in the reactor hall
Distribution iodine tablets by Ministry
Children up to 18 years old who live in the Hague region will receive a box of iodine tablets from the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport in the week of 9 or 16 October.
Analytical tools for engineering materials science, 8/9 March, Amsterdam
SYNERGI 2018 will demystify analytical Research Infrastructures for industry in the field of engineering, energy- and microtechnology
Self healing steel with molybdenum
Dr. Niels van Dijk (Radiation, Science & Technology) demonstrates the principle of self healing steel with molybdenum.
OYSTER year report
OYSTER (Optimized Yield - for Science, Technology and Education - of Radiation) has been devised to improve and expand the nuclear research infrastructure of TU Delft. It will enable educational, scientific and societal challenges in the fields of health and energy to be better addressed.
Official opening Battery Labs at RID
On 6 April the Battery Lab of Radiation, Science & Technology will officially be opened at the RID. The new Lab consists of an advanced research and test facility for existing and future battery systems and related electrochemical devices.
Reactor Institute starts modifying research infrastructure in OYSTER project
On Thursday 23 February, President of the Executive Board Tim van der Hagen signed the contract/amendment agreement for the OYSTER project between TU Delft and the South-Korean consortium KHC in the presence of the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea. In South-Korea the agreement was signed by the representative of the consortium KHC: the president of KAERI, Jong Kyung Kim.
Reactor Institute TU Delft official partner of International Atomic Energy Agency
The Reactor Institute Delft (RID), the nuclear research reactor at TU Delft, has been selected as a Collaborating Centre of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for the third time.