“How safe are we really?” was the question posed at TU Delft’s 172th Dies Natalis celebration. New technologies of..
The first two Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) were completed late last year, and the sequel is undergoing intensive ..
The Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft celebrated its tenth anniversary on 10 March. In terms of money, the Kavli Foun..
The government is looking for techniques for producing new fuels from CO2, light and water. One of the seven proposals t..
Like other employees, professors retire when they turn 65. But there are exceptions. This week: Expert in acoustical ima..
Fireflies formed a source of inspiration for his Ndassie lamp. “As a child, I tried to catch them and put them in a ja..
Nick van der Velde was studying strategic product design at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering when he went to..
My aunt takes care of elderly people with dementia. She recently told me about a new facility in her nursing home: a hom..
Last summer, the former Shell chief Jeroen van der Veer was appointed as the new chair of the Supervisory Board. Van der..
In 2030, solar energy will be the least expensive form of all, predicts Prof. Miro Zeman of Photovoltaic materials and D..
Like other employees, professors retire when they turn 65. But there are exceptions. This week: Expert in acoustical imaging, Prof. Dries Gisolf (68).
The first two Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) were completed late last year, and the sequel is undergoing intensive preparation. The pioneers look back. “To meet the deadlines, we even made recordings at midnight.”
Last summer, the former Shell chief Jeroen van der Veer was appointed as the new chair of the Supervisory Board. Van der Veer graduated from TU Delft in 1971 with a degree in mechanical engineering. He replaced Gert-Jan Kramer, who served as chair for two terms.
“Everyone says that a company must grow. I’m not much of a believer in that”
“To meet the deadlines, we even made recordings at midnight”
“The most serious consequence will be mistrust of governments regarding this subject”
Master's student Inès Beekers (applied physics) was awarded the second prize of the Dutch Physics Society (NNV) for her..
For the first time, sound created by an undersea earthquake has been measured above the sea surface. First author of the..
The stripes on Saturn’s tiny ice moon Enceladus are probably not caused by tectonics, says Dr. Bert Vermeersen (AE), b..
A smart add-on for CCTV cameras recognizes stress and aggression. Its developer Dr. Iulia Lefter says it may prioritize ..
Sipping a soft drink is much more harmful for your teeth than gulping it, Phd student Olga Ilie found.
Astronomers expect information on early stars in sub-millimeter radiation. Researchers from TU and SRON recently tested ..
Recent improvements in silicon solar cells promise near-optimal results by cheaper and lighter photovoltaic devices: bla..
After a year of correspondence, Miriam Coenders’ article was finally published in Nature this week. It explains why an..
No scattering and no electrical resistivity. Delft researchers demonstrated for the first time extremely fast electron t..