In her book Creators of Life (original NL: Makers van Leven), editor Esther Thole describes how scientists build structures on the nanoscale towards hierarchically ordered
The first edition of Superhero Science and Technology, a new open access journal arising from the mind of Barry Fitzgerald, has just been published. In
In their ‘Home Stretch’ series, the TU/e news magazine Cursor have published an interview with Manoj Sharma. The article nicely describes the research that he
The ICMS announced the 2017 Industrial Challenge at TU/e, where researchers were asked to contribute with creative solutions to explore and solve problems posed by
Recently appointed professor Ilja Voets has received a Technology Area grant for a collaboration between TU/e, Wageningen University, confocal.nl, Unliver and DSM. The research will
As of 1 Februari 2018, Ilja Voets has been appointed Full Professor at the Deparment of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry by the Executive Board of
Spelen met de puntwolk: Interfaces that are difficult to study, such as those in emulsions, were mapped by Antonio Aloi, using super-resolution microscopy and iPaint.
After months of careful preparation, Antonio, with his two paranymphs Neus and Bea, was ready to defend his thesis in front of the committee, family
For this year’s group activity, organised by Hande and Emma, we went to an Escape Room in Eindhoven. Both teams of 7 players succeeded in
After the 1st edition of the “Secrets of superhero science” symposium at the International Festival of Technology in Delft, BioArt Laboratories proudly hosted Barry Fitzgerald
The structure of a giant adhesin that binds its Antarctic bacterium Marinomonas primoryensis to ice has been fully mapped in a large collaboration project between
On April 20th, the university’s 61st anniversary was celebrated at the annual Dies Natalis in the Paterskerk. Among the speakers were Prof. Bert van der
RTL Nieuws highlighted the recent scientific work of Ilja Voets in their late night edition of Sunday March 6, 2016. In an interview Ilja Voets
This week, Dutch, American and Canadian researchers present a major step forward in the understanding of how antifreeze proteins – proteins that block the growth
Our latest work on imaging nanostructures by single-molecule localization microscopy in organic solvents has been published in JACS. Read the paper here.