Prospective Instruments set up its MPX demo device at the TranslaTUM institute, TU Muenchen (Technical University Munich). Bettina Sailer, PhD student, will use the inverted configuration for her studies on cell trapping in an automated acoustofluidic system.
TUM is creating a center for translational oncology research at the University Hospital Rechts der Isar that is unique in Germany. The center is located in the immediate vicinity of the University Hospital and supports the rapid implementation of new findings and technologies in patient care.
For more information on TranslaTUM, please visit the website.
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