At last week's M30 consortium meeting, Tumor-LN-oC partners presented progress in R+D activities & jointly solved challenges for the integration of all individual modules, such as MIP spectroscopy, micro-optics and microfluidics into the final Organ-on-Chip platform.
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During the 2023 Conference season, Tumor-LN-oC partners were busy presenting their activities and progress in this interdisciplinary project! Among others, we were represented at following events, where the project was presented in the form of posters, oral presentations and exhibition booths.
Last week, our consortium gathered in Turku, Finland for the Tumor-LN-oC M24 project meeting, hosted by Åbo Akademi University in... View Article
Tumor-LN-oC latest achievements, technical results and scientific outputs will be published on the Tumor-LN-oC community on Zenodo. The first two, recently published... View Article
Our consortium partner PhosPrint was selected as one of the finalists of the 13th annual SPIE Startup Challenge! The final pitch presentations will take place at SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco on 31 January 2023.
After 1.5 years of project implementation, the Tumor-LN-oC consortium recently gathered in Athens for the M18 project meeting. The 2-day consortium meeting was followed by the first periodic review meeting.
Tumor-LN-oC partner AMIRES kindly invites you to the 2nd Regenerative Medicine workshop which will take place on Wednesday, October 12th 2022, in Prague. Registrations are open now!
Working towards a Tumor-Lymph Node-On chip platform – Progress and achievements after 1 Year of Tumor-LN-oCMay 20, 2022 1:34 pm
From 12-14 May 2022, the Tumor-LN-oC consortium met at TU/e in Eindhoven for the project's M12 progress meeting. The Meeting officially concluded the first year of the project.
Tumor-LN-oC contribution to an innovative and resilient health industry in Europe highlighted for #WorldHealthDayApril 26, 2022 1:29 pm
The European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA) has featured Tumor-LN-oC in a special article on its website for World... View Article
As one of the components of the Tumor-LN-oC platform, consortium partner PhosPrint is working on a laser bioprinting process for OrganOnChip (OoC) and sensor applications. PhosPrint representative Simos Papazoglou presented the project progress at SPIE Photonics Europe last week.