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8 Nov 2016 - Successful MIRA day
The annual MIRA day was held on Thursday 3 November 2016 at the Grolsch Veste. The MIRA day is for and by MIRA’s researchers. Over 250 MIRA researchers, UT employees and students interested in biomedical technology and technical medicine were present this MIRA day.
7 Nov 2016 - UT and Roessingh R&D to intensify collaboration
Roessingh Research and Development (RRD) and the University of Twente (UT) are set to intensify their collaboration.
27 Oct 2016 - After two succesful runs, third run for Ultrasound Imaging MOOC
On 7 November a new cycle of our own free online course “Ultrasound Imaging: What is Inside?” will start! In this MOOC you will get a better understanding of ultrasound imaging, based on three major perspectives: medical, technical and technical medical. Do you want to specialize yourself on this topic or are you just interested in this fascinating technique? Register now via FutureLearn.
26 Oct 2016 - e-Health MOOC ready for second run
Do you want to know how technology can make and keep you healthy?
24 Oct 2016 - PHD Ivan Stojanovic
Thursday 20 October Ivan Stojanovic had his PHD defence. Due to technical problems we could not announce this earlier. Nevertheless congratulations.
12 Oct 2016 - Second call for proposals Living Smart Campus
This week the Executive Board announces the opening of its 2nd Call for Proposals for Living Smart Campus projects.
4 Oct 2016 - Fast chip detects effects of poison
The effect that toxic substances have on, for example, hemoglobin in blood, can now be tested in a fast way using a new lab-on-a-chip. UT scientist Floris van den Brink developed a fast and efficient mixer for this.
29 Sep 2016 - Strategic Impulse for MIRA research
Recently MIRA invited her researchers to submit research ideas in the Strategic Stimulation Call 2016. In this call research initiatives are stimulated that contribute to the MIRA long term strategy; strengthening the current research themes ‘Bionanotech & Advanced Biomanufacturing’, ‘Imaging & Diagnostics’ and ‘Neural & Motor Systems’, or explore possible new areas in research or application.