Science Sandwich ('Broodje Onderzoek') is a lecture series of the academic hospital (UMCG). In a low key setting, people can get to know more about the top medical research that is being done in the UMCG. Specialists from different fields will talk about their results and projects in accessible lunch talks. Virtual reality, big data and AI will be amongst the topics. The accessible lunch talks take about half an hour, followed by some time for questions.
On Thursday 28 March, researcher Sebo Withoff will talk about the unique mini organ project. In this project, researchers at the UMCG aim to get intestines on a chip.
The lunch talks are open to all, but companies in town have the opportunity to preregister. The costs of the talks are €7,50, including lunch. Registration is mandatory: please use this link. There is a limited number of seats available, so please register in time.