PhD researchers on organ-on-chip highlighted in U-Today

Two PhD-students working on organ-on-chip research at the University of Twente are highlighed with a personal article in U-Today, the independent journalistic medium at our university.

PhD-student Lena Koch is featured in the series "Between lab and life" about her road to success. Lena is PhD-student at S&T group Applied Stem Cell Technologies (AST), working mainly on stem cell research. Read her story at U-Today.

PhD-student Lysanne Mol is featured in the series "PhD Stories", where she discusses her project lung-on-chip and small plastics. Lysanne is PhD-student at EEMCS group Applied Microfluidics for BioEngineering Research (AMBER). Read her story at U-Today.