Dutch energy research center DIFFER and Swiss EPFL have developed a new control system to cool hydrogen particles before they reach the wall.
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Nuclear fusion is the long-standing wish of a great many energy researchers: to imitate the reactions between merging hydrogen nuclei in the heart of the […]
DIFFER, the research institute from Eindhoven has published a breakthrough in research into the walls of nuclear fusion reactors. This institute focuses on enabling reactors […]
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100,000 Euros grant for Chromodynamics and partners for a camera system that can see the chemical composition of materials
Wouter Vijvers and his Chromodynamics team just missed the grand prize of TU Eindhoven’s Golden Lightbulb contest, but there wasn’t much time to lament about […]
The Human Performance Management Lab, the Photonics and Semiconductor Nanophysics Lab, the Turbulence and Vortex Dynamics Lab, the Magnetic, electrical & structural nanocharacterization Lab, the […]
Gerard & Anton Award winner Chromodynamics: Improved production process using camera for chemical composition
The Gerard & Anton Awards have been presented again! High time to have a closer look at the winners and what we can expect form […]
As the sun slowly set at the High Tech Campus Eindhoven, Innovation Origins presented the Gerard & Awards for the sixth time in a row. […]