27 Feb 2015 - Minicolleges: toekomstige energieoplossingen
Wat zijn de uitdagingen en oplossingen van onze toekomstige energievoorziening? Deze vraag beantwoorden vier onderzoekers van de Universiteit Twente in een reeks korte, interactieve minicolleges. Vier verschillende vakgebieden, één gezamenlijke fascinatie: energieoplossingen van de toekomst.
23 Feb 2015 - Neelie Kroes to give University of Twente Innovation Lecture
With 800 successful spin-off companies to its name, the University of Twente (UT) leads Europe in terms of start-ups. Neelie Kroes, the recently appointed government ambassador for start-ups in the Netherlands, will make a special appearance at the university on 2 June 2015. The former EU Commissioner will take a closer look at start-up developments in Enschede with a view to establishing links with other high-tech hubs in the Netherlands. Dr Kroes is determined to make the Netherlands one of Europe’s top 3 start-up hubs and is hard at work putting the country firmly on the map as a StartupDelta. On 2 June 2015, she will share her experience, expertise and ambition as the keynote speaker at the University of Twente’s annual Innovation Lecture.
19 Feb 2015 - University of Twente receives European research grants of more than 13 million euros
The University of Twente is doing well at attracting European research funding. Twenty-five research projects submitted by UT researchers within the EU's Horizon 2020 programme have been accepted. A total of more than 13 million euros has now been awarded. The UT has thus scored well above the European average. Rolf Vermeij, who assists UT researchers with the acquisition of European funds, expects that a total of more than 15 million euros will be awarded this round of the Horizon 2020 programme.
13 Feb 2015 - 'NanoGap' for early detection of bladder and kidney cancer
A new mobile device that allows bladder and kidney cancer to be detected at an early stage. This is being worked on by Wilfred van der Wiel, professor of nanoelectronics at the University of Twente MESA+ research institute. Thanks to this method, it is possible to read from DNA cells whether their carrier has bladder or kidney cancer.
13 Feb 2015 - Vici grants of €1.5 million for Herman van der Kooij and Allard Mosk
UT researchers Herman van der Kooij and Allard Mosk are to receive Vici grants of €1.5 million, announced the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research today. Van der Kooij will use his grant for research into a flexible robotic suit that will offer paralysed people support so that they can walk. Mosk will use the grant for research into retrieving information about images from diffused light.
10 Feb 2015 - Two Take Off grants awarded to researchers MESA+
Four Take Off grants have been awarded to researchers from the
University of Twente for commercialisation purposes.Two of them are MESA+ applicants.
3 Feb 2015 - Horizon 2020 kiest voor drie spin-offs MESA+
Drie bedrijven uit de regio Twente zijn aangekondigd als begunstigden
van het Horizon 2020 SME instrument. De begunstigden zijn MESA+ spin-offs
Tide Microfluidics, Blue4Green en Optisense uit
Enschede. Als onderdeel van het Horizon 2020 programma selecteerde de
Europese Commissie deze potentieel disruptieve bedrijven.
3 Feb 2015 - Kitty Nijmeijer to lecture at online university
Kitty Nijmeijer, professor at the University of Twente, will be appearing each day this week in programmes broadcasted by the Universiteit van Nederland (the University of the Netherlands). Her lectures on the subject of membrane technology were recorded at Club Air in Amsterdam in December. The Universiteit van Nederland is an online platform on which 'the best professors in the Netherlands give lectures that are freely available via the internet each day'.