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3 Oct 2017 - UT provides better insight into post-stroke movement quality After a stroke, patients struggle with various physical impairments that do not always disappear after intensive training and rehabilitation therapy. 29 Jun 2017 - UT enters battle against cancer with 3D-printed robot The world’s smallest and most accurate 3D-printed biopsy robot was revealed this week. 29 Jun 2017 - Hospitals often reserve time, space and emergency facilities unnecessarily. This emerged from research carried out by Nardo Borgman who developed a computer simulation model at the University of Twente. 30 May 2017 - Ton de Jong is awarded with the AECT Award Professor of Instructional Technology Ton de Jong is awarded with the Distinguished Development Award of the Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT). 29 May 2017 - Government regulation could cut urban emissions by seventy per cent Wouter van Heeswijk has developed a mathematical model that determines the optimal conditions for sustainable urban distribution. The model can reduce logistical pressure in cities and make goods transport more sustainable. In some cases, it may be possible to reduce emissions in cities by seventy per cent. Van Heeswijk is a member of the Industrial Engineering and Business Information Systems research group at the University of Twente, where he successfully defended his doctoral dissertation on 19 May. 1 May 2017 - University of Twente student designs model to detect hacked Twitter accounts Meike Nauta, a Business & IT student at the University of Twente, has designed a model to detect hacked Twitter accounts. 12 Apr 2017 - Honorary doctorate Aalborg University for Joost-Pieter Katoen Professor Joost-Pieter Katoen, who works part-time at the ‘Formal Methods and Tools’ group of the University of Twente, received an honorary doctorate of Aalborg University in Denmark. 30 Mar 2017 - Fewer malfunctions and lower costs thanks to smarter maintenance model Researchers at the University of Twente have developed a mathematical model for improving the maintenance schedule for trains, rails, aircraft, self-driving cars, robots and nuclear power plants.