Cyclists are the solution, not the problem
Researcher Matthew Bruno wants even more Dutch people on bikes.
Making coffee-growing fair and equitable
How better investment and pricing decisions can improve the living conditions of farmers in developing countries.
Marcel Bogers and Daniel Lakens in Highly Cited Researchers ranking
IE&IS researchers Marcel Bogers and Daniel Lakens rank in Clarivate’s ‘Highly Cited Researchers’ ranking.
Why some PhD students may decide to leave academia
TU/e researcher Andrea Kis discusses her research into the correlation between bad workplace experiences and the decisions PhD researchers...
How fear was used to pave the way for the computer
Ginevra Sanvitale investigated how emotions play a key role in how we adopt new technologies.
Robust and Light AM Components for Military Systems
New research project aims to develop and showcase new materials and technologies for additive manufacturing defence applications
Advancing trusted security for the future quantum world
Sharon Dolmans is leading a new project to develop societally-aligned, trusted security solutions for quantum cryptography of the future.
How Virtual Power Plants can transform the energy transition
New research supports energy communities involved in smart grid experiments.
Rolf van Lieshout runner-up in TSL dissertation prize.
In his dissertation, which he successfully defended earlier this year at Erasmus School of Economics, Rolf applied advanced analytical...
More World History of the Netherlands
A new volume of More World History of the Netherlands (“Nog meer wereldgeschiedenis van Nederland”) was presented at the International...
Noor Jungerius wins “Young Researcher’s Best Paper Award”
Noor Jungerius, master student Operations Management and Logistics, was awarded the Young Researcher’s Best Paper Award” at the PRO-VE...
Sustainability trade-offs in the Netherlands
Research on the commodification process in conjunction with the development of global supply chains and their effect on sustainability. It...