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“Bring vaccine to people”
Ineke Dezentjé Hamming-Bluemink new member Supervisory Board TU/e
TU/e launches new master Data Science and Artificial Intelligence
TU/e at 65: beating heart of Brainport, international allure
Working in lab, from home
It is not how long but quality of sleep that determines sleep perception
Revolutionary superconducting magnet plate design and analysis
Multimillion ERC grants bring DNA computing and longer-lasting donor organs closer
New transmission system makes electric cars more powerful, more efficient and potentially cheaper
Accessible and low-cost design of photonic chips with newly launched industrial pilot manufacturing line
Inducing accurately controlled ‘fever’ in tumors to fight cancer
Large-scale research on aerosol dispersion and COVID-19 in sports accommodations
TU/e, WUR, UU and UMC Utrecht establish knowledge alliance
Creating a next-generation photonic-electronic integration circuit
Visualizations that intuitively and accurately reflect data
Three TU/e startups among best academic startups of 2020
Strengthening homes in Groningen against earthquakes
Social distancing research at train stations makes platforms safer
New online tool helps doctors and nurses make better decisions for individual patients
Enhancing performance of future 5G cellular networks
European TRIANKLE project to develop 3D bioprinted implants for ankle joint
Five TU/e researchers receive Veni grants
Innovative research at TU/e rewarded with four Vidi grants
Ground-breaking study on trained immunity to fight cancer
TU/e demonstrates iron fuel at brewery Bavaria: a new circular and CO2-free fuel for industry
Risk of electromagnetic interference in future medical devices to be addressed by ETERNITY project
Specialists develop lifestyle program to prevent cardiovascular disease
Seven new members at Eindhoven Young Academy of Engineering
TU/e at Dutch Design Week 2020 all set to go online
4TU Impact Challenge: who has best business idea?
Smart dashboard should predict regional outbreaks COVID-19
Even more clout for Eindhoven Engine with Fontys and TNO as co-owners
Future biosensor for continuous monitoring using molecular look-alikes
Unique testbed in Eindhoven paves way for unhackable ‘quantum internet’
Corona forces mental health care workers to embrace online therapy
Dilemmas of a care robot in home
A house that responds to your needs
Hable One makes smartphones accessible for blind and visually impaired
Care robots have to think like people, but they’ll never become human
First Tech Talk is ‘a promise for future’
Four TU/e startups competing to become ‘Best academic start-up in Netherlands’
Designing a new language for cars
Cancer-on-a-chip for better understanding of metastasis
Academic Awards recognize outstanding research at TU/e
Defying a 150-year-old rule for phase behavior
Defying a 150-year-old rule for phase behavior
Smart bug-checking for software
Significant leap forward in method for cancer treatment