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Published Nov. 20, 2020 12:28 PM

Two Hybrid Technology Hub projects: DUCT chip – An artificial bile duct on a chip recapitulating immune functions and Tankyrase inhibition as a therapeutic principle in idiopathic lung fibrosis have received innovation funding from the University of Oslo for early phase support. 

Published Oct. 30, 2020 3:16 PM

Alexandre Corthay and his PhD-student Astri Frafjord have studied the body's immune response towards human lung cancer, and developed a new method to identify and quantify which types of immune cells are present inside tumors. Data from this research will serve as a basis for designing the cellular content for the coming "tumor-on-a-chip".

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Published Oct. 9, 2020 3:21 PM

This month Kristine Dolva joined the Hybrid Technology Hub - Center for Organ on a Chip-technology. Kristine will work on the development of a "Heart-fibre-on-chip"-system to allow physiological media recirculation in the microfluidic system.

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Published Aug. 13, 2020 2:09 PM

Justyna Stokowiec is the principal engineer at The Hybrid Technology Hub Core Facility. Justyna will be responsible for handling, delivering and quality control of the induced pluripotent stemcells, as well as the daily running of the core facility laboratory.

Published Aug. 10, 2020 2:32 PM

Centre PI Professor Jan Helge Solbakk, with centre director Professor Stefan Krauss as partner were successfully awarded funding from the EU Horizon 2020;  Science with and for Society-program (SwafS) with the project The ethics of organoids (HYBRIDA). The project is granted 3,0 million EURO and the project period is three years (2021-2023).

Published May 18, 2020 12:53 PM

Several Groups at the Hybrid Technology Hub are involved in Research on the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and the COVID19 diesease. Here we present Simon Rayners project; Integrated novel intervention strategies for COVID-19 : Using data mining to fight current and future pandemics