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SingularityU Benelux16 hours ago
More than 10 years ago, at the American Wyss institute, microbiologist, Donald Ingber, started experimenting with the concept of what we now know as “organ-on-a-chip”, a multi-channel 3-D microfluidic cell culture chip used to create artificial organs. Jumping back to 2020, Jos Joore, faculty member at SingularityU Benelux, has had a great year with his organ-on-a-chip company, Mimetas, growing to a company with over 100 employees around the globe.

Curious to find out more about what it takes to grow artificial organs on an ”organoplate”, read the following article that was featured in last weekend’s FD.
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Over a decade ago experiments were started with what we now know as “organ-on-a-chip”, a multi-channel 3-D microfluidic cell culture chip used to create artificial organs. Jos Joore had a great year with his organ-on-a-chip company, Mimetas. Read article: https://t.co/gEDMGROlyU https://t.co/AXKcBWFch5 subenelux photo
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