The energy transition will be felt most keenly in residential areas, where there are major challenges. Households will have to switch over from gas and […]
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In order to ensure that the electricity grid is prepared for the future, TU Delft, the Dutch government and partners including grid operator TenneT have […]
By constructing artificial chromosomes inside of yeast, yeast cells will soon have the ability to make a variety of medicines.
The AI4B.io Lab will serve as a laboratory for artificial intelligence to promote bio-based innovation.
'Een van de belangrijkste aspecten van dit onderzoek, is dat er met waterstof gevlogen wordt, dat wereldwijd gezien wordt als een van de belangrijkste kanshebbers voor duurzame luchtvaart'
The Dutch Technical University Delft (TU Delft) has become part of the International Universities Climate Alliance (‘Climate Alliance’ for short). The aim of this alliance […]
Graphene is a material which has incredible properties. At 100 times the strength of steel, graphene is the strongest material ever tested. It is also […]
No money for a business class ticket and still have your flatbed on the plane? It is possible, says TU Delft
No money for a business class ticket and still have a flatbed on your flight to New York? TU Delft students have come up with […]
The tenth solar car built by a TU Delft students team – called the NunaX – wants to use the wind as well as the […]
TU Delft scientists have created the world’s smallest autonomous racing drone. The main challenge in creating the drone lies in the use of only a […]
TU Delft students presented their latest hydrogen-powered racing car on the Scheveningen Pier last Tuesday. With its top speed of 300 kilometers per hour, the […]
The performance of the Forze VIII is so good, that the Delft student team behind this hydrogen-powered racing car have set their sights on a […]
Exoskeletons are there to help people with partial paralysis walk. They are technological tours de force, but to date, they have only provided limited movement […]
After Delft, Twente and Eindhoven, Groningen will be the fourth Dutch student team to participate in World Solar Challenge
Student teams from the technical universities of Delft, Twente and Eindhoven have been participating – with great success – in the biennial World Solar Challenge […]
DELFT/EINDHOVEN, 19 November – No doubt, this what consumers all over the world are waiting for: phone sensors that measure air quality, tiny solar panels […]
Every day we put a start-up in the spotlight. Today it is the Dutch Thermeleon, a young company that aims to make greenhouse horticulture more sustainable with its thermal battery.
Every day we put a start-up in the spotlight. Today it's Delft-based Crescent Med, a start-up that streams operations live.
Photonic sensors made by the Eindhoven-based company Tarucca warn in time when something is broken in a wind turbine. This makes wind turbines even more sustainable.
Science, government and industry are working together on smart technologies to organize the future accessibility of cities as efficiently as possible.
Biomimicry is much more than just about copying nature. 'Don't just look at nature when designing a product, but take the whole system into account,' says biomimicry lecturer Mauro Gallo.