Relive TU/e Research Day 2023 and celebrate science!
TU/e-statement regarding Gert Regterschot
In response to the June 9 NRC article
Student team URE celebrates 20th anniversary with lightest and fastest race car thus far
Students aim to improve fourth place in world rankings.
Therapy targeting specific immune cells appears promising for sepsis
Nanoparticles restore balance in dysregulated immune system.
How NC Biomatrix plans to (finally) break the cycle of chronic back pain
TU/e spin-off develops a biomaterial to inject into degenerated intervertebral discs.
‘Everything Flows in the Netherlands’
New report highlights the importance of fluid dynamics research at TU/e and other universities for Dutch industry
Clinical physicist Carola van Pul from Máxima MC professor at TU/e
Van Pul will establish the chair 'Physics of diagnosing and monitoring' in the Departments of Applied Physics & Science Education and…
TU/e students use little iron balls to safely store and transport hydrogen
SOLID hopes to build a demo in the port of Rotterdam by 2027.
TU/e Honorary Doctorate for polymer genius with a commercial spirit
Craig Hawker receives honorary doctorate during TU/e Research Day on Thursday, June 8.
With light into the nanoworld
How optical microscopes allow detailed investigations of nanoparticles for biosensing
TU/e opens electron microscopy lab and extends cooperation with Thermo Fisher
The new lab was made possible by a contribution from DAF Trucks which was made for the 65th anniversary of TU/e.