Crowdfunding for TU Delft

The TU Delft is full of talent. Talent that is driven by a passion for technology and the ambition to make the difference in the world. We make every effort to let students and scientists excel and realize social impact. Do you like to support this?

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---Update--- Dear donors and visitors, Fortunately, our goal of raising 30.000 euros has been reached, and for that, we are very grateful! This sum will in the first instance be used to pay for the launch of the CubeSat. However, the possibility to donate will remain. The money that is consequently raised will be used to improve the educational modules with, for example, licensed software that the education team will use for further development, and any unforeseen necessary expenses. We would once again like to thank everybody for their participation tot his project. Together we will elevate education! ---------------------------------------------------------------- The Da Vinci Satellite, a VSV ‘Leonardo da Vinci’ lustrum project, the study society of Aerospace Engineering, has almost been finalised. This crowdfunding is the final step towards closing the financial gap of the satellite launch! With your donation, this goal can be achieved.  The Da Vinci Satellite is developed by a team of students, for students. On board, there are interactive educational payloads aiming to inspire and enthuse primary- and high school students by allowing them to be in direct contact with space. We aim to enthuse children and teenagers for aerospace engineering and to pursue a path in STEM subjects. Join us in elevating education!  This project is not commercial, all funds go towards the development of the Da Vinci Satellite. All persons participating in the project do so on a voluntary basis. With a donation you make the launch of our satellite a reality!   More information on the project can be found on the other tabs!
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Example ventilators shipped to local projects

13-05-2020 | 12:21 Example ventilators have been shipped to Guatemala and Ukraine, where they will be used as base model. In Guatemala, this project can double the national stock of ventilators! The goal is to produce the ventilators by the local production company Talleres Hernandez and provide them to the Rooseveld Hospital in Guatemala City. This local project in Quatemala launched their own website: In the meantime, information is shared with local organisations in various countries as the US, Costa Rica, India, Niger, Mexico and Honduras. More information about the collaboration with Quatemala can be found in the following article, written by TU Delta: 
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