University of Twente

The liquid helix and the teapot effect

The problem with teapots is their annoying habit of dribbling, particularly at low rates of flow. The phenomenon has achieved such notoriety that it...

New prosthetic technology lets you control artificial arms

Scientists at the University of Twente (NL), in cooperation with Imperial College London (UK) and University of Aalborg (DK) have developed a profoundly new prosthetic...

Superconductivity where you don’t expect it

The special properties of 'topological materials' typically occur at their surface. These materials, for instance, insulators that do lead current at their surface, are...

High-tech meditation kit to make meditation measurable

Along with a designer, scientists, businesses, students and the DesignLab University of Twente, Danielle Roberts was working on a plan of developing a high-tech meditation kit that...

The first robotic birds: Robots flying like birds

Scientists at the University of Twente have developed the first robotic birds, like the RoBird that are flying and operational right now. All things considered, taking off...

Male and female brain rhythms show differences

In a new University of Twente which includes detecting brain signals of males and females brain using EEG signals. The distinction can't be distinguished by a...