2018 Stockholm Water Prize for TU Delft biotech pioneer Mark van Loosdrecht Congratulations from the Slimy Green Stuff team to Mark van Loosdrecht and Bruce Rittmann! Professors Mark van Loosdrecht (Delft University of Technology) and Bruce Rittmann
While experimenting with Delft Green curing compound also sometimes you are in for surprises, as was found by our partners NGCM. If you are interested to take this further please contact NGCM directly (click logo). Visual appearance of concrete Apart
8-12-2017, Delft Today Rene Noppeney of Royal Haskoning DHV and Karel Luyben of TU Delft signed a joint agreement for doing long term research. An introduction about the science and technology involved was given by Mark van Loosdrecht and Stephen
The research proposal ‘Nanocycle’ that was submitted to the 2017 NWO programme Gesloten Kringlopen (‘Closed Cycles’) has been granted to Prof. Mark van Loosdrecht and Prof. Stephen Picken, this entails two PhD positions and some equipment upgrades (total project is
A nice simple picture explains more than 1000 words. This shows a comparison of the flammability ALE/MMT nanocomposite material and regular cardboard. Image by Yuemei Lin (click to open in new tab)
Recently we have been involved with showing some of our things at the Bioinspired exhibition, which is showing at the TU Delft Library. The exhibition will continue at the library until January 2018 and will then move to a permanent
While studying the possibilities for materials development using our various substances under investigation sometime we also get inspired to make works of art (or at least craft). Some examples are shown below. These objects will be on display at an upcoming exhibition
Here are some pictures taken at the TU Delft 175 year anniversary Research Exhibition @TUDelft175. Our exhibit was quite popular & anyway it is fun to explain what we are trying to achieve. (pictures by S.J. Picken, except
Research by Slimy Green Stuff BV will feature at the TU Delft Research Exhibition next week. This is to celebrate the 175th anniversary of TU Delft. See here about the Research Exhibition. The specific project we are involved with is this one.
Our new extraction technology is producing nicer looking ALE (Alginate Like Exopolymer) (photo Mark van Loosdrecht) Acid ALE classical extraction (left), and using various advanced extraction technologies.