Once more, EOS has asked me to comment, now on the possibilities of using textile / clothes as sensors!
While many were having a summer break, our work became cover of the Soft Matter volume 17 of 2021. Please, check the comparison with the famous work of Doc Edgerton ‘making apple sauce’. Tiny Giants‘ supported with the beautiful artwork. I am thankful of Miguel Quetzeri-Santiago, Devaraj van der Meer from the University of Twente and Ian Hunter from Massachusetts Institute […]
The newspaper Trouw has published an in-depth interview related to how we could vaccinate in the future without needles. It also covers some early stages in my professional career. (link)
After receiving the Prince Friso Award several news’ agencies contacted me, to make interviews, or comment on recently published items. It is amazing how much energy goes into trying to communicate with the broader audience… but it is worth the effort. Here, a list of the most salient: Ahora con Oscar Haza Cover of printed […]
I could not believe my ears when it was announced that I won both, the Professional Jury and the Popular award of the Prins Friso Ingenieursprijs 2021 (Prince Friso Engineering Prize). I want to thank the organizers of such a great event, the jury members, the De Ingenieur magazine, and KIVI. It was also a unique opportunity […]
I gave a couple of interviews to different news outlets, related to the nomination for the Prince Friso Engineering Award of 2021. Inyectar sin agujas: la solución de un cubano y su equipo en los Países Bajos : Juventud Ténica, Cuba Inyecciones sin agujas: el proyecto candidato a premio de un ingeniero cubano El Toque, Cuba […]
Due to a busy schedule, I have not posted this nice video made as part of my selection for the Prins Friso Engineer of 2021 prize. This video shows my ambitions of bringing to society a needle-free injection technology and sustainable ultrasonic cleaning.Being a finalist to the Prince Friso Engineering Award is already a big […]
From minute 23:24, you will learn about needle-free injections (link).In only 6 min we explain the result of the hard work of many scientists and collaborators.Prof. Michel Versluis clarifies part of the physics that we use to create fast travelling jets.
This lecture was recorded in a green-screen huge studio. The challenge was to give a presentation in a different order and way that I normally would do. Nevertheless, the result is amazing!
A funny cartoon about a very relevant topic! I was shortly interviewed by Het Nieuwsblad, among other experts regarding the ongoing vaccination campaign and some challenges ahead. Journalist: Tom de Leur; Cartoonist: Zaza. (link to article)