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2020
21
September
2020
| 08:09 Europe/Amsterdam
What further benefits could a potential temporary ferry connection between Amsterdam’s Oostelijk Havengebied or Eastern Harbour Docklands and Zeeburgereiland bring to the community other than a means of transport to ferry people to the other side? An...
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25
June
2020
| 16:27 Europe/Amsterdam
In recent months, students Aeronautical Engineering have proved that they are just as versatile as the electric aircraft they are building. Development of the aircraft as part of Project DragonFly started at Inholland Composites in Delft in October 2...
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2019
11
September
2019
| 08:34 Europe/Amsterdam
Last Friday 6 September Inholland Haarlem organised a Welcome Drink especially for the new (international) students of the degree programmes International Creative Business and Information Technology (first year). We want to offer our new (internatio...
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2018
04
July
2018
| 10:03 Europe/Amsterdam
For the fourth year in a row, students’ satisfaction with their study programmes at Inholland University of Applied Sciences has increased. Notably, there has been a slight dip nationally; Inholland is actually the only broad-based university of appl...
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2017
19
October
2017
| 07:30 Europe/Amsterdam
On 1 October, barely a year after they won the Wij Inholland award with their Drones in the Greenhouse project, Aeronautical Engineering students Bram Sanders, Chris Ramsay, Lucien Fesselet and Will Simmonds will start work on their new High Precisio...
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09
May
2017
| 07:58 Europe/Amsterdam
Daan Kaasjager, Jordi Liu, Leander van Noort, Emiel Noorlander, Marco Withag and Erik ten Oever from the Aeronautical Engineering programme at Inholland Delft developed a drone for the Haaglanden Fire Brigade as part of their Vision Systems project. ...
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02
May
2017
| 08:04 Europe/Amsterdam
‘A wineglass holder that fits every dishwasher’ is what student Edwin Stark (Business IT & Management) developed together with Wouter Koomen, Patrick Hoorn and David Rietbroek in the Industrial Engineering and Management programme at Inholland Alkmaa...
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25
April
2017
| 07:56 Europe/Amsterdam
All help is welcome in the fight against the illegal hunting of endangered animals in Africa. Students from Inholland Delft are determined to do their part, and are developing an advanced drone that can help protect elephants, rhinoceroses and cattle...
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04
April
2017
| 09:07 Europe/Amsterdam
Nowadays there is a lot of focus on green energy. As fossil fuel reserves are depleting, the need for sustainable energy is greater than ever. Seven students from the Aeronautical Engineering programme at Inholland Delft decided to tackle this proble...
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21
March
2017
| 07:56 Europe/Amsterdam
In the Netherlands, 50 percent of the female population is afraid of spiders, compared to 10 percent of the male. Fourth-year students Sandy Michielen, Tom Straatman, Jasper Baltus and Ruben Warns in the Industrial Engineering and Management programm...
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20
January
2017
| 10:23 Europe/Amsterdam
Bram Sanders, Lucien Fesselet, Chris Ramsey and Will Simmonds are making a name for themselves. Last year, the four Aeronautical Engineering students at Inholland Delft proved this by winning the 2016 Wij Inholland Award with their 'Drones in the Gre...
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2016
30
November
2016
| 10:00 Europe/Amsterdam
Are the robots coming? This was not only the title of the recent inaugural lecture by Cock Heemskerk, Robotics professor at Inholland, it’s also a highly topical question. And for audience members who on entering the hall in the AFAS Stadium in Alkma...
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31
October
2016
| 14:18 Europe/Amsterdam
Menno van Ooyen, who recently graduated from the Aeronautical Engineering programme at Inholland Delft, was presented with the 2016 General Snijders Award during the annual gala of the Dutch Aerospace Fund (NLF) on Friday, 28 October. He received thi...
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