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26 September 2018

Jos Timmermans new @DIMI as Delta Management Research Developer

26 September 2018

Two TU Delft proposals chosen to compete in ESA Earth Explorer mission

TU Delft has provided two of the three proposals that are competing for the tenth Earth Explorer mission by ESA, which is planned for 2027-2028. The Earth Explorer missions are aimed at Earth observation, one of the important aims of the European Space Agency (ESA).

25 September 2018

Opening of Ruisdael Observatory

The Ruisdael Observatory – named after the 17th-century painter Jacob van Ruisdael – combines a nationwide dense network of measuring points with high-resolution simulations and the necessary computing power in order to map out changes in local weather, air quality and climate. The official opening of the observatory is on 27 September, with a meeting in the grounds of the KNMI measuring station at Cabauw (Cabauw Experimental Site for Atmospheric Research, CESAR). In April this new top-class research facility was awarded a certificate from NWO’s National Roadmap for Large-Scale Scientific infrastructure.

13 September 2018

Superhero Science: the impenetrable skin of superhero Colossus

13 September 2018

Smart choice of materials crucial for future

12 September 2018

NWO Spinoza Prize for Delft bionanoscientist Marileen Dogterom

Marileen Dogterom, Professor of Bionanoscience at TU Delft, has been awarded the NWO Spinoza Prize; the highest award in Dutch science. Dogterom carries out research into the dynamics in living cells and leads a consortium which is aiming to build an entirely artificial cell.

12 September 2018

The Physiology of Impenetrable Skin: Colossus of the X-Men

One superpower that gains constant attention is that of impenetrability, a power possessed by superheroes like Luke Cage, Wonder Woman, Superman and Colossus. In a recent paper in Advances in Physiology Education, Barry W. Fitzgerald considers how Colossus’ skin might work.

12 September 2018

Ellen van Bueren guest @ BNR news radio "battle against climate change" (in Dutch)

11 September 2018

Improved ultrasound device makes images of carotid artery in real time

Researcher Maysam Shabanimotlagh has brought important improvements in ultrasound measurement a step closer. On Wednesday 12 September, he will be awarded his PhD at TU Delft for his work on this technology.

04 September 2018

100th anniversary of fluid mechanics

04 September 2018

1st Newsletter Energy Club is out!

24 August 2018

Energieopslag in ondergrond

23 August 2018

NWO START-UP grant for Carlas Smith

23 August 2018

PULSE teaching building opens

With the number of students increasing every year and the growing need to accommodate state-of-the art teaching and learning methods, TU Delft has developed its new PULSE teaching building right at the heart of the campus.

21 August 2018

3mE researchers receive ERC Starting Grant