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Doris van Halem wins For Women in Science grant for research into safe drinking water

26 November 2015

TU Delft assistant professor Doris van Halem has won a For Women in Science grant for her research into safe drinking water in developing countries. The prize, awarded by UNESCO and listed cosmetics company L’Oréal is awarded to excellent female scientists. In honour of this grant, Van Halem was allowed to open trading at the AEX stock exchange together with another winner, Femke Nijboer...Continue


TU Delft to lead three STW Perspective projects

19 November 2015

Technology foundation STW has given the green light to five major research projects for the development of innovative technologies. Three of these are to be led by TU Delft. They address the recovery of valuable materials from waste, new equipment to treat neurological conditions and the safe transportation of liquefied natural gas.Continue


Trans-African Hydro-Meteorological Observatory (TAHMO) selected as Global Resilience Challenge Winner

28 September 2015

The Trans-African Hydro-Meteorological Observatory (TAHMO), a project supported by Oregon State University and Delft University of Technology (TU Delft, The Netherlands), was selected by The Global Resilience Partnership on September 27th as one of eight global teams that will receive funding to implement transformative resilience solutions to problems that threaten the lives and livelihoods of...Continue


Branko Šavija is the Simon Stevin Gezel 2015

10 November 2015
TU Delft’s Branko Šavija (second from right) Simon Stevin Gezel 2015.

Researcher Branko Šavija was elected a Simon Stevin Gezel 2015 for his PhD research into reinforced concrete by visitors to the STW annual conference. The title Simon Stevin Gezel is an honorary title that technology foundation STW awards annually to a very promising young researcher who received a PhD for an STW project during the preceding year.Continue

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