The Euraxess website has posted a video/interview with some tips (with English subtitles) about my experiences in applying for ERC grants.
This week I have been supervising a group of students to address a challenge brought up by the company Feltest. The 10th edition of the Lorentz Center event Physics with Industry is a great initiative to learn about real-life problems. In our case, we had to visit a paper mill!
The article title is Decoupling Gas Evolution from Water-Splitting Electrodes, and is the result of a multidisciplinary collaboration between colleagues from the Physics of Fluids, Molecular Nanofabrication, and NYU.
The first results of injections into ex-vivo skin with the jet injector I am developing has appeared online, and can be downloaded here. It is the result of a collaboration between the Harvard and the University of Twente.
The University Foundation arranged a fundraising action as part of its annual campaign to support improvements of the Quality of life for Diabetics. Last October 4th I received the check, and had the opportunity to answer questions from many of the generous donors! Looking forward to using this contribution in the best possible way.
The European Research Council has granted 1.5 M Euro to my BuBble Gun project. For a nice interview, follow this link. A more official news item from the University of Twente, here. More can be found on this link. https://erc.europa.eu/funding/starting-grants
Yesterday we started a week at the Lorentz Center where experts from education, chemical engineering, and industry will be discussing the challenges and opportunities to ensure the life-long education of engineers and scientists: Educating on Process Intensification.
One full page on the Saturday April 15th, 2019 edition of The Twentsche Courant Tubantia newspaper published an interview about my research activities and The Future Under our Skin event. This is part of a long-term initiative I am leading.
The Dutch radio station BNR Nieuws interviewed me on the Needle-free technology that I am developing at the University of Twente. It aired yesterday May 8th, 2019 in prime time. The recorded interview can be accessed by clicking.
The magazine De Ingenieur has published in its print and online version a very good article about the needle-free injection technology we are developing (in Dutch).