The MERLN Institute for Technology-Inspired Regenerative Medicine strives to maintain a leading position in the field of biomedical engineering by combining creative research with training a generation of interdisciplinary scientists. MERLN’s activities operate at the interface of biology, engineering and medicine to maximise impact at the level of public involvement and the commercialisation of research. MERLN’s vision is based on sharing knowledge, infrastructure, and ambition!
In this session of Growing up in Science, Dr. Aurelie Carlier, assistant professor at MERLN, will share her unofficial story.
In this webinar, researchers tell how they solve pressing questions in their research to ultimately grow a kidney from stem cells.