Work on Library renovation starts
The renovation work on the Library starts on Monday, 11 November. In the space of just over six weeks, all rooms, the lounge, the copy room and most project rooms will be renovated. The Library will then enter the New Year spruced up and improved. Read more >>
Future Forward Seminar: Science in an Open Era
Tuesday December 10 at TU Delft, Seminars Katy Wolstencroft (Leiden University, LIACS) and Bernd Rieger (TU Delft, Faculty of Applied Sciences) will present their plans for creating a national infrastructure for advanced light microscopy in life sciences. Making microscopy data FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Re-usable: Why, what, how?
Dozens of publications at TU Delft Open Publishing
TU Delft Open Publishing, the academic publisher of TU Delft, offers help and service at Open Access publishing of books, journals and textbooks. Dozens of publications have already appeared at TU Delft Open Publishing.
TU Delft presents positive open access figures
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The writing is on the map
After a visit to America prominent Dutch architect Berlage was inspired by the spacious ‘parkways’ of New York. He wanted to translate the same concept to Amsterdam. ‘Parkway’ symbolised an a spacious, multifunctional area for him, whereas the municipality decided on a more practical solution in the shape of a wide street with trees, and called them ‘lanes’. The way we describe things paints different pictures to the reader. Looking at urbanism with the eyes of a linguist can render revealing new insights in our cultural history.