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GeoWeek 2015

25 February 2015

During this year's GeoWeek in May pupils aged between 13 and 15 can become acquainted with TU Delft. The Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences will deliver a Masterclass on Dike Building and, in conjunction with the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering and TU Library, is organising the expedition Measuring gravity. The GeoWeek is from 18 to 22 May.Continue

 

Well on TU Delft campus can push geothermal energy in The Netherlands

04 February 2015

The Delft Aardwarmte Project (DAP) will provide a unique and promising opportunity for the development of geothermal energy in The Netherlands, says prof. David Bruhn in his inaugural speech at TU Delft on Wednesday, February 4th. DAP will entail the drilling of a deep geothermal well at TU Delft with which the campus buildings can be heated in a sustainable way. Such a well will also provide all...Continue

 

MOOC Introduction to Treatment of Urban Sewage started

05 February 2015

On 27 January, the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) ‘Introduction to Treatment of Urban Sewage’ will be starting for the second time on the edX platform. This course, which is free of charge, attracted more than 30,000 students last year and is suitable for anyone wanting to know more about urban sewage treatment.Continue

 

Streaming Water to start during Junior TU Delft

28 January 2015

Junior TU Delft started on Friday 9 January 2015 with the Streaming Water programme at the Waterlab. Some 25 enthusiastic 5 and 6 VWO (pre-university education) pupils will design and build a water measuring instrument made from odds and ends found around the house with the help of Rolf Hut, Willem Luxemburg and other colleagues.Continue

 
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