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29 September 2023

Shooting Erasmus MC

Shooting Erasmus MC

28 September 2023

TU Delft and the police increase joint impact

TU Delft and the police increase joint impact

Vandaag hebben de TU Delft en de politie hun samenwerking versterkt door het ondertekenen van een samenwerkingsovereenkomst.

27 September 2023

TU Delft rising to 48th spot in THE ranking

TU Delft rising to 48th spot in THE ranking

25 September 2023

Modelling of adhesive technology sheds new light on prehistoric cognition

Modelling of adhesive technology sheds new light on prehistoric cognition

Studying prehistoric production processes of birch bark tar using computational modelling reveals what kinds of cognition were required for the materials produced by Neanderthal and early modern humans.

21 September 2023

Technical potential of renewables in Indonesia

Technical potential of renewables in Indonesia

Indonesia is a country with huge renewable energy potential, essentially to enable the Net Zero 2060 ambition.

15 September 2023

TU Delft Reactor Institute in Focus broadcast on Nuclear Energy

TU Delft Reactor Institute in Focus broadcast on Nuclear Energy

On Monday 11 September 2023, Focus aired a broadcast on nuclear energy in which EPZ, COVRA and TU Delft Reactor Institute were interviewed.

15 September 2023

Caspar Chorus and Han Derkx pioneers for TU Delft innovation campus Rotterdam

Caspar Chorus and Han Derkx pioneers for TU Delft innovation campus Rotterdam

13 September 2023

Call for proposals Open Education Stimulation Fund 2023 now open

Call for proposals Open Education Stimulation Fund 2023 now open

TU Delft recognizes the importance of open education and encourages all TU Delft teaching staff to submit a proposal for open education projects for a funding up to EUR 20,000, with a project term of a maximum of 1 year. Proposals can be submitted till November 10.

13 September 2023

HybridLabs consortium receives NWA-ORC funding for innovations in offshore renewable energy

HybridLabs consortium receives NWA-ORC funding for innovations in offshore renewable energy

The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has announced that the HybridLabs consortium will receive 10.4 million euros in funding within the National Research Agenda programme: Research on Routes by Consortia (NWA-ORC). The HybridLabs consortium project will accelerate Dutch innovations in offshore renewable energy through data-driven hybrid labs. The consortium consists of around 40 partners and is led by the TU Delft Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, with a valuable contribution from the team Dynamic Stability of Sustainable Electrical Power Systems of EEMCS’ Intelligent Electrical Power Grids Group (IEPG). 

08 September 2023

TU Delft pioneer in openness

TU Delft pioneer in openness

We, together with Tim van der Hagen, had the honour of receiving outgoing minister Robbert Dijkgraaf of Education, Culture and Science. During his visit on September 7th, Dijkgraaf engaged in discussions with various TU Delft scientists about the principles of Open Science in practice.

06 September 2023

TU Delft students create 3D-printed larynx

TU Delft students create 3D-printed larynx

In cases of upper airway obstruction, acute surgery to open the trachea just below the larynx is the only solution. Due to the rarity of this syndrome, doctors have very little experience with this life-saving procedure. Doctors at the Reinier de Graaf Hospital and students at TU Delft decided that this had to change. Together they developed a realistic and durable model of the larynx.

06 September 2023

TU Delft and Federal University of São Carlos Cooperate on Spintronics

TU Delft and Federal University of São Carlos Cooperate on Spintronics

06 September 2023

Launch Climate Safety and Security Centre

Launch Climate Safety and Security Centre

Considering geopolitical tensions and power shifts, there is an increasing need for better understanding climate safety and security

05 September 2023

Five young TU Delft researchers receive ERC Starting Grant

Five young TU Delft researchers receive ERC Starting Grant

The European Research Council (ERC) has announced the ERC Starting Grants for young researchers. Five of them are scientists from TU Delft. This European grant of €1.5 million for a five-year research programme is intended to enable individual scientists to build their own teams and conduct groundbreaking research.

05 September 2023

ERC Starting grant for CO2 recycling in chemical industry

ERC Starting grant for CO2 recycling in chemical industry

Converting large concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2) into products for the chemical industry. That is what Tom Burdyny, recipient of an ERC Starting Grant, wants to achieve. The method that might make this possible is called electrolysis, which creates new chemical bonds by application of electricity.