Last week was the Dutch Design week where the TU/e was present with the drivers of change. This programs mentality was to show that today’s technology and its role in society is becoming increasingly complex and in a diverse and rapidly changing world, engineers of the future need to consider society’s relationship with technology and […]
On Tuesday 22 October, Dan Jing Wu was featured in Science Café ‘Mens 2.0’ DDW Special as a panel member. She was interviewed about our research with biomaterials and future perspective of regenerative medicine. An interesting evening from human design to designing human (and of course regenerative medicine using biomaterials). A summary of what the […]
Professor Patricia Dankers gave a 2 hour lecture at Science Café in Deventer on 9 October about “How to create living materials” featuring our work in the group. A short summary of what the lecture was about can be found on their website (in Dutch): Weefselreparatie met plastic: synthetische materialen met biologische eigenschappen?
Patricia Dankers received the Journal of Polymer Science Innovation Award during a PMSE Symposium at the ACS in San Diego, August 2019. The prize was given to her by prof. Craig Hawker after a very interesting symposium. A summary about the award and article about this years winner Patricia dankers can be found on their […]
The research of Dan Jing Wu on temperature-responsive biomaterials that can contract and relax on their own was featured on Business News Radio (BNR) in their Science Today item. On these biomaterials cardiac cells can be cultured and stimulated through growth factors and other queues. The goal of this research is to in the end […]
Business News Radio (BNR) highlighted in their Science Today item our research on the development of a hydrogel which incapsulates anti-cancer drugs targeting peritoneal cancer. These gels are studied by Peter-Paul Fransen, who was interviewd by BNR, and Geert van Almen in collaboration with Maastricht UMC+ and Catarina Hospital Eindhoven, with sponsoring from KWF (Dutch […]
Dan Jing Wu and prof. Patricia Dankers teamed up with artist Hongjie Yang in a project where science meets art. HeLa cells were cultured on 3D printed vases and stained blue, to create the Delft-blue appearance. Three replicas are shown in the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris as part of the exhibition ‘La fabrique du […]
Patricia Dankers gave a public lecture about creation of life during a special ‘Carnaval’ event at the ‘Keijologische Hogeskool’ in Helmond on February 9, 2018
Patricia Dankers and Bert Meijer participated in the NEMO Kennislink Live edition on ‘Kunnen we voor schepper spelen? Hoe de wetenschap leven probeert na te maken’. More information can be found on the website of Kennislink here.
In the dutch tv-show ‘Valerio4ever’, Valerio Zeno investigates possibilities to live a life as long as possible. In the last episode, he visited the TU/e and explored the concept of in situ tissue engineered heart valves. The episode can be seen on the website of BNN.