Latest TU/e News

KNAW acknowledges innovative research by TU/e researcher with Early Career Award
Dutch Heart Foundation supports TU/e research into smart watches
Building tactile future with Miguel Bruns
“Stop making social safety an agenda item and start taking action”
Tissue physics plays key role in tumor growth
Air quality in Eindhoven significantly improved with ‘Lungs of City’
I-Cave: future of moving forward
“It gives me space to do what I’m really good at: research”
Dancing with light in IGNITE’s Ballroom
Robots on move – interaction with real world
Assembling materials using charged polymers
Dutch industry joins forces in newly founded Battery Competence Center
What’s it like to wear dynamic fabric?
Making smart use of solar and wind energy in your home
New measurements improve diagnosis of ‘woman’s heart’
Efficient light with help of mathematics
Stable solar cells from perovskite
Premature babies have improved odds in artificial uterus
Start of development unique platform for data exchange in healthcare
Patent on sustainable energy
Towards power grid that is resilient to short circuits
“We’d like to see every group have a double safety net”
Talking cells: How unraveling secrets of biological cells could benefit farming and healthcare
Can data predict who develops arrhythmias after having myocardial infarction?
Can data predict who develops arrhythmias after havin myocardial infarction?
Detection method for intestinal infections could make camera in intestinal tract unnecessary
New detection method for chronic intestinal infections could make camera in intestinal tract unnecessary
Can data predict who develops arrhythmias after having stroke?
10 year anniversary SFD event
How to conquer difficult veins in patients
Light from silicon proclaimed as ‘Breakthrough of Year’
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