ICMS News Archive
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…
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…
This ‘Harry Potter’ light sensor achieves magically high efficiency of 200 per cent
Using green light and a double-layered cell, PhD researcher Riccardo Ollearo has come up with a photodiode that has sensitivity that many…
Cardboard with a more sustainable coating
Sterre Bakker defends her thesis at the department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry on January 27, 2023.
All the best for 2023!
Read the New Year's message of the TU/e board here.
Simulations of thermally activated delayed fluorescence organic light-emitting diodes
Christoph Hauenstein defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on December 15th.
A catalyst for connection in a growing department
Patrick Anderson is one of three new deans appointed on September 1st to the departments of Applied Physics & Science Education, Mechanical…
Early career award for pioneering research on soft robotics
Researcher Bas Overvelde receives Early Career Award from KNAW.
Embarking on a new adventure with a huge European grant
Smart cells Eindhoven students triumph in Paris
Student team iGEM TU/e developed a therapy for autoimmune diseases.
Eindhoven Young Academy of Engineering welcomes six new members
The six researchers want to make the TU/e a better place for early-career academics, engineers and designers.
Continuous biomarker monitoring with single molecule resolution by measuring free particle motion
Publication in Nature Communications for TU/e researchers in the field of Molecular Biosensing.