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).
Millions in funds for research into water electrolysis and complex granular flows
TU/e researchers have received 2.5 million euros in grants to fund their research into water electrolysis and complex granular flows.
Bert Meijer enters the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Bert Meijer amongst the new members of the Academy, which honors exceptionally accomplished individuals across disciplines and professions.
Luminescent nanoparticles reveal surprising clusters
By coating nanoparticles with specific molecules they can be made to function in new and exciting ways. New research shows that these...
Kay Buist goes UK
On the recommendation of colleagues of University of Birmingham, Kay Buist has been named one of the Spring 2019 Vanguard Fellows.
Anja Palmans appointed Professor at the department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry
Dr. ir. Anja Palmans will occupy the chair ‘Supramolecular Chemistry & Catalysis' as of 1 April, 2019.
Catalyst advance removes pollutants at low temperatures
Researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology among others have developed a catalyst that can convert pollutants at near room...
Smarter drug release thanks to control over encapsulation
Trial-and-error experimentation in drug design can be omitted by control over location in drugs in molecular delivery package.