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21 Apr 2017 - Julius Vancso appointed Consulting Professor at Donghua University UT Professor Julius Vancso has been appointed as Consulting Professor at Donghua University in Shanghai. He recently gave his inaugural lecture, entitled ‘Polymer-surface interactions from the molecular perspective by AFM force spectroscopy’. 18 Apr 2017 - Detlef Lohse appointed Chair Professor in China UT Professor Detlef Lohse has been inaugurated as Chair Professor on Fluid Engineering at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. 12 Apr 2017 - Eurekite wins the “Best Startup” prize of the nano2start contest at MECSPE 2017 Eurekite founded by researchers of MESA + Institute for Nanotechnology University of Twente in Enschede, The Netherlands. 

The Flexiramics® technology of Eurekite was awarded with the “Best Startup prize for the best industrial innovation in nanotechnology and new materials” at the MECSPE fair in Parma.
10 Apr 2017 - Effective chemical processes through refined nano structures Han Gardeniers (MESA+ Institute for nanotechnology) embraces the dream of a cleaner chemical industry. What can we do to ensure less waste and less energy consumption? 10 Apr 2017 - Second ERC Advanced Grant for Detlef Lohse Transferring a substance, solved in one fluid, to another fluid: this happens in nano droplets as well as in chemical reactors that are meters high. Prof Detlef Lohse (MESA+) wants to thoroughly understand this process. 
20 Mar 2017 - Want to boost your education? Upcoming CELT workshops for UT lecturers: 7 Mar 2017 - ‘Vici’ grants for Marieke Huisman and Alexander Brinkman Two Twente researchers have won a Vici grant - worth €1.5 million each - from the NWO (Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research): Professor Marieke Huisman and Professor Alexander Brinkman. 6 Mar 2017 - Opening Max Planck Center on campus UT The new ‘Max Planck – University of Twente Center for Complex Fluid Dynamics’, on the UT campus, was opened March 3 in the presence of State Secretary Sander Dekker and the President of the Max Planck Society, Prof Martin Stratmann. It is the very first Max Planck Center in The Netherlands.