It concerns biomaterials, such as blood samples and tissues, images such as CT, MRI and PET scans, and data from hundreds of cohort studies.
The degree to which these data are accessible and exchangeable is extremely important if we are to gain insight into the factors that contribute to the cause and development of diseases and afflictions and the effect of interventions.
The introductory part of the day concluded with the 'one-minute' pitches of the partner companies that took part in this event.
After this, the golden bell rang, and the first individual speed dating round was on its way!
The 16 Tu/e Contest partner companies gathered at the Kennispoort to support the students in the further development of their ideas or prototypes.
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ALMA links these depictions of pre-industrial objects, dating from the late Middle Ages to the nineteenth century, in paintings and prints to examples of similar material objects. Images and objects are also linked in the Collection Boijmans Online.
Cooking pots, pass glasses, bellarmine jugs, spoons, wine jugs, paintings and pilgrim badges…