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David Koper new Advisory Board member Interreg North-West Europe

David Koper has been appointed as an Advisory Board member for the currently running Interreg North-West Europe program: "BONE: Bio-fabrication of Orthopaedics in a New Era”.

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Biomaterial immune control discoveries could reduce implant rejection

Scientists from the University of Nottingham, in collaboration with MERLN's Aurélie Carlier, Steven Vermeulen, Alex Vasilevich and Nick Beijer, have made new discoveries on how to reduce the risk of rejection.

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MERLN works from home!

Via Zoom and Skype we're keeping connected and we try to do as much work as possible from our living rooms and home offices.

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Anika Schumacher winner Poster Prize RegMed XB Annual Event

Anika Schumacher wins Poster Presentation Prize at RegMed XB Annual Event!

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MERLN/IDS team winner WiDS dathaton 2020

Our gender balanced MERLN/IDS team "BetterLateThanNever" won the WiDS dathaton 2020, Maastricht Edition. They are also 265th/951 in the global challenge (Top 30% of the global ranking).

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Master's Open Day: Come check out MERLN!

During the Master's Open Day of Maastricht University on Saturday (March 7), you can learn more about what our University can offer you in the way of personal and professional development. MERLN's master in Regenerative Medicine will also be represented.

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Second place in Datathon for MERLN/IDS team

In the Women in Data Science (WiDS) Datathon competition, the MERLN/IDS (Institute of Data Science) team came in second best out of 13 teams!

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MERLN's new Assistant Professor of Education: Jurica Bauer

Jurica Bauer is MERLN's new Assistant Professor of Education. He will coordinate the design and development of a new undergraduate study program in the field of Regenerative Medicine and Engineering. 

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Interreg-Biomat project update

Within the first two years of Biomat-on-Microfluidic Chip project, important steps towards creating a new generation of patient-specific organ-on-chip platforms were taken by developing several engineering and biological technologies.

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