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The first workshop in the project 'hDMT/NanoInside: Organs-on-Chips Technology Platform' took place at the University of Twente on September 15. Over 40 researchers and representatives from hDMT partners and hi-tech companies participated in this one-day event that was the official kick-off for this hDMT/NanoNextNL-sponsored project. The hDMT/NanoInside project aims to promote standardization and development of common solutions in organ-on-chip technology development by promoting collaboration among hands-on researchers and engineers of hDMT partner institutions.
11 November 2016: NRS Symposium Lung Repair and Regeneration (Schiphol, The Netherlands)
13-14 December 2016 International MicroNanoConference 2016 (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
21-22 March 2017 ICT.OPEN The Conference for ICT-Research in the Netherlands (The Nederlands)
10-11 May 2017: Organ-On-A-Chip Europe 2017 (Munich, Germany)
20-24 August 2017: 10th Worls Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences (Seattle, Washington USA)