‘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.
Fold-out energy tower for festivals is ready for practical use
As a sustainable alternative, TU/e researchers and ten companies have developed a 21-meter high fold-out tower with solar collectors and a...
Making robots sweat with smart surfaces that act as artificial skin
411.000 euros for Danqing Liu to develop smart surfaces releasing drugs for wound healing or acting as artificial skins for robots.
Bert Meijer awarded second honorary degree by leading university
With the distinction the Freie Universität Berlin honours the outstanding quality of Meijer's scientific work.
Five Veni grants: from energy storage to artificial neurons
The talented young researchers from TU/e receive 250.000 euro each
Glow-in-the-dark paper and sustainable oil take steps to market
Two TU/e projects can be further commercialized thanks to financing from NWO.
Ilja Voets wins KNCV Gold Medal
Professor anti freeze proteins connects chemists, physicists, and biologists.
One polymer to make two semiconductors, by controlling the solvent
Results published in Nature Communications pave the way to programmable electronic inks.
Professor Hans Kuipers awarded with Zhang Dayu Lectureship
Hans Kuipers, Professor of the Multi-scale Modelling of Multi-phase Flows group at Eindhoven University of Technology, delivered on 24 May...
Dannie van Osch named 2019 CAS Future Leader
Annual program assembles international field of up-and-coming researchers shaping the future of scientific information and innovation.
TU/e still world leading in industry collaboration
Eindhoven University of Technology continues to hold its position at the world top when it comes to research collaboration with industry....
Chemist Jan van Hest chosen as a member of Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences
Jan van Hest, professor of bio-organic chemistry at the TU/e, joins the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences (KNAW).