Radboud University and TU Eindhoven to collaborate on new generation of astronomy instruments
On 20 September the universities sign the agreement and will officially start the Center for Astronomical Instrumentation (CAI).
The complex puzzle of 3D concrete printing captured in a model: from layers to bridges
Researcher Rob Wolfs gains his PhD today, for his model which made it possible to print concrete structures in a wide variety of shapes.
Innovative heat battery gets 7 million euro grant from EU
The battery developed by TU/e and TNO uses thermochemical material to store renewable energy in an inexpensive and lossless way.
Climate systems in museums appear to be too strictly regulated
Thomas Arends and Rianne Luimes will obtain their doctorates at TU/e in September
‘Artificial leaf’ produces medicine using sunlight for the first time
The technology, which has the potential to strongly green the pharmaceutical industry, seems ready for commercial upscaling.
With TU/e start-up Hable Accessibility, the European Venture Programme has a Dutch winner
The European Venture Programme is an annual entrepreneurship programme for students from one of the EuroTech universities. The final event...
Two ERC starting grants on cell communication and faster algorithms
3 million euro to the study the communication of human cells with their natural surrounding and to design faster algorithms in computer...
AI takes central stage at Opening Academic Year
Eindhoven Artificial Intelligence Systems Institute (EAISI) officially launched
Major grant for research into ethically responsible innovations
The aim is to get a better moral understanding of the impact of disruptive technologies on society
Doctoral research TU/e: putting the patient at the heart of cardiovascular care
How Value-Based Healthcare helps reduce mortality rate and the number of complications among heart patients
Willem Mulder is closing the gap between application of nano-immunotherapy on mice and on humans
His study demonstrates that the therapy is effective across species, bringing the day it can be used to cure humans much closer.
Wanted: the best sensor to measure medication for rheumatism
During the fourth edition of the international student competition SensUs teams from all across the world will present new ideas for...