A new rapid ‘glow-in-the-dark’ test for infectious diseases
Harm van der Veer and Maarten Merkx amongst others have developed a new bioluminescence-based sensor that can detect tiny amounts of viral…
How do cells spread word upon a viral infection?
For her cum laude PhD research, Laura Van Eyndhoven explored how so-called first responder cells inform immune cells about a viral infection…
Xeltis lands €32 million investment to develop restorative cardiovascular devices
These new and substantial investments enable the Eindhoven-based start-up to increase the development of their extraordinary cardiovascular…
Vici grant to help Patricia Dankers turn dreams into reality
Patricia Dankers has been awarded the grant worth 1.5 million euros to realize her dream of making a synthetic extracellular matrix that…
Reconstructing living tissue organization
Cas van der Putten defended his thesis at the department of Biomedical Engineering on February 16th.
Boris and Axel Fund helps students with innovative projects
The fund supports projects on sustainability, sports and inclusiveness.
Intervening in the body’s plumbing system: engineering kidney tubes
Marjan Hagelaars defended her PhD thesis at the department of Biomedical Engineering on January 20th.
Prof. Silvia Lenaerts of University of Antwerp becomes new TU/e rector
Lenaerts will become the first female rector magnificus of TU/e.
All the best for 2023!
Read the New Year's message of the TU/e board here.
Roy van der Meel: I'm a kind of postie who delivers medicines
In part two of our year-end series, we talk with Roy van der Meel about his quest to find clever ways to deliver drugs into the body.
Brainport Region among world's leading tech ecosystems
After Oxford and Cambridge, Eindhoven is the highest ranked region in Europe.