NOCI through 2020 for its young investigators

As we all are embedded in the midst of the new-normality and with the constant alert that the year 2020 brought to our daily lives, it is also good to step back trying to gain some perspective on what we have done together and plan for this 2021 For NOCI PhD students...

A silver lining on the pandemic

As a mother of three young children, I hardly ever have time to go to international congresses. But if something good has come out of this pandemic is that many conferences and trainings are now virtual. One of the advantages of these on line events is that you have...

English version of ‘Mini Organs-on-Chips’ is now available

After the successful launch of the Dutch version, as of today, also the English version of our booklet entitled ‘Mini Organs-on-Chips: Towards new research models for studying disease and finding treatments’, is available. It is also the first time that...

NOCI retreat September 24-25, 2020

NOCI retreat September 24-25, 2020 One of the most important features of the NOCI consortium is to enable direct interaction with all members from different organ-on-chip related areas. This is enabled by the organization of bi-yearly training and retreats. The...

The Organ-on-Chip side of the pandemic (part 2)

The instant I turn on the news, I’m bombarded with a lot of ‘negative’ information.As we are still in this global pandemic probably for the foreseeable future, I would like to spread some positive information and highlight a development in studying the COVID-19 which...