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CCEP Ventures (CCEPV), the innovation investment arm of Coca-Cola Europacific Partners, announces new funding for carbon capture research projects;. Universities in Spain and the Netherlands will receive investment from CCEPV to accelerate their research into carbon capture and turning harmful CO2 emissions into useful products for the supply chain; This is CCEPV's third collaboration with scientific institutions for research into sustainable technology solutions.
Previous article Next article A significant milestone at the University of Twente: the Robotics Centre officially started operating in January. The Robotics Centre is the number one place where students are taught and where partners such as government and semi-government bodies, companies, NGOs and knowledge institutions can work together on robotics solutions that improve our everyday life.
Previous article Next article The Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings are the only global performance tables that assess universities against the United Nations- Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Previous article Next article UT researchers succeeded in the rapid fabrication of microscopic -antibubbles-. Previous methods to produce these liquid droplets surrounded by an air layer were either lack of controllability or prone to clogging and were much slower.
ROBUST, a new initiative by the Innovation Center for Artificial Intelligence (ICAI), is supported by the University of Amsterdam and 51 partners, one of them being the University of Twente. The programme aims to strengthen the Dutch artificial intelligence (AI) ecosystem by boosting fundamental AI research. Within the programme, UT will collaborate in the areas of data analytics for SMEs, energy transition and healthcare.
A Dutch consortium led by Invest-NL and FORWARD.one, and further consisting of Universiteit Twente Holding, Oost NL and PhotonDelta, invests ¤3.5 million in the growth ambitions of LioniX International, an Enschede-based global leader in customized microsystem solutions. The consortium sees her investment in LioniX International as an illustration of its strong commitment to further strengthening the Dutch Deep Tech ecosystem and ChipTech Twente in particular.
On our website, we publish many stories throughout the year. About scientists doing groundbreaking research, who have been successful in securing funding but also, for example, about all kinds of topics with a more organisational angle.
Reusing asphalt or making a movable bridge deck out of biocomposite material are just two examples of innovation in the world of civil construction. Municipalities, provinces and other major infrastructure clients are in a position to push for such innovations in their tenders.
Previous article Next article UT researcher Wiebe de Vos has been awarded a European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant totalling â‚¬2 million to develop a new membrane with alternating positively and negatively charged domains.
Previous article Next article UT researchers Monica Morales-Masis and Massimo Sartori have been awarded a Proof of Concept grant by the European Research Council (ERC). ERC announced the grantees today.
Previous article Next article On Thursday 19 January the Pioneers in Health Care Innovation Fund vouchers were awarded to the 11 winning research projects in the eastern region of the Netherlands. Through this innovation fund, Saxion University of Applied Sciences , the University of Twente (UT), , Deventer Hospital , and Reggeborgh encourage sustainable cooperation between the world of new technologies and current medical practice.
Previous article Next article Using data to predict the best moments to perform maintenance on systems and machines, that is -smart maintenance-. Smart maintenance can drastically reduce maintenance costs and make systems more reliable.
Security guards at Schiphol Airport are in short supply, and the healthcare sector is on the verge of collapse due to staff shortages. Are robots the answer to all these job vacancies? Ut experts see great potential in the near future, but also make some critical observations.
The NWO Domain Board Science has awarded 26 applications in the Open Competition Domain Science - XS. The themes vary from harnessing tidal energy, studying the human brain to developing selfburrowing robots.
Monitoring the safety of a fibre-optic network with quantum measurements and a quest to seek the mysterious Majorana particles in so-called Josephson junctions. These are the two projects from the University of Twente that receive funding from NWO in collaboration with QuantumDelta NL with resources from the 'National Growth Fund' programme.