20 Seconds Science

Submissions

All MIRA and MESA+ submissions will be available here.

Submissions

Multi Scale Mechanics

Made by: Rohit Kumar Shrivastava and Abhinendra Singh

Biomedical Signals and Systems

Made by: Nick Fung

BIOS Lab on a Chip

Made by: Lennart de Vreede and Paul ter Braak

Medical Cell BioPhysics

Made by: Joost van Dalum

Biomechanical Engineering

Made by: Ravi Sinha

Nanobiophysics

Made by: Aditya Iyer

Applied Analysis

Made by: Jurgen Hebbink

Physics of Fluids

Made by: Erik Jan Staat

Medical Cell BioPhysics

Made by: Sanne Mutter de Wit and Kiki Andree

Biomedical Signals and Systems

Made by: Marcel Weusthof

Molecular Nanofabrication

Made by: Prof. Pascal Jonkheijm, Jenny Brinkmann, Emanuela Cavatorta, Mark Verheijden, Shrikrishnan Sankaran, Gulistan Kocer, Tushar Satav, Bettina Schmidt, Jens Voskuhl, Maike Wiemann, Jasper van Weerd

Robotics and Mechatronics

Made by: Stefano Stramigioli

Inorganic Material Science

Made by: Mark Huijben

Biomedical Signals and Systems

Made by: Marcel Weusthof

Biomedical Signals and Systems

Made by: Marcel Weusthof

BIOS Lab on a Chip

Made by: Lennart de Vreede and Paul ter Braak

BIOS Lab on a Chip

Made by: Anne Leferink and Martijn Tibbe

Physics of Fluids

Made by: Roeland van der Veen and Sander Huisman

Technical Medicine

Made by: Marleen Groenier

Medical Cell BioPhysics

Made by: Joost Swennenhuis and Michiel Stevens

Biomedical Signals and Systems

Made by: Fokke van Meulen and Bart Klaassen

Health Technology and Services Research

Made by: Janine van Til

Transducers Science and Technology

Made by: Tijmen Hageman, Marc Pichel and many others

Developmental Bioengineering

Made by: Rong Wang, Piet Dijkstra

Biomedical Signals and Systems

Made by: Wendy d’Hollosy

Developmental Bioengineering

Made by: Aart, Piet

BIOS Lab on a chip group

Made by: Lennart de Vreede, Paul ter Braak, Mathijs Bronkhorst

Examples and experiments

Crash Course

Made by: Annet Schenk, Pollus Fornerod, Dennis Moekotte

@ the MIRA day on 27 November, several MIRA researchers have experimented with ‘telling their story in 20 seconds’. Although the objects available in this setting were limited, some participants have used them quite effectively. Click here to watch these first experiments with 20 seconds science.