Roy van der Meel: I'm a kind of postie who delivers medicines
In part two of our year-end series, we talk with Roy van der Meel about his quest to find clever ways to deliver drugs into the body.
Major NWO grants for five research consortia involving TU/e
A total of 9 consortia are granted nearly 40 million euros within NWO's Perspectief program
How ingredient arrangement in food is important for texture and taste
Sanam Foroutanparsa defened her PhD thesis at the department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry on November 24th.
Early career award for pioneering research on soft robotics
Researcher Bas Overvelde receives Early Career Award from KNAW.
Playful brain training for children with cognitive problems
Aristotle Technologies announced they signed an agreement with Kempenhaeghe to help children with neurological disorders.
Cyclists are the solution, not the problem
Researcher Matthew Bruno wants even more Dutch people on bikes.
New ways to grow human ‘mini-bones’
Bregje de Wildt explored different ways to grow ‘mini-bones’ in the lab that could be used to test newly developed medicines for bone...
Dynamic modelling of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Central Carbon Metabolism
David Lao Martil defended his PhD thesis at the department of Biomedical Engineering on October 20th.
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.
What future for humanity in a society governed by AI?
Five hot topics surrounding artificial intelligence in questions and answers.
A workout for cartilage implants
Meike Kleuskens defended her PhD thesis at the department of Biomedical Engineering on September 23rd.
Selective cancer nanoparticle targeting under the microscope
Laura Woythe defended her PhD thesis at the department of Biomedical Engineering on September 16th.