Hybrid Technology Hub members recieve award from The Olav Thon Foundation

The Steven Wilson and Stefan Krauss-led project, Organ-on-chip connected to mass spectrometry: An efficient tool for developing and testing drugs was awarded in the category for student-active research.

In 2018 The Olav Thon Foundation awarded, in total, 42 million NOK, in awards and support to teaching-related research within medicine, mathemathics and the natural sciences.

In the category for student-active research, Associate Professor Steven Ray Wilson and Professor Stefan Krauss were awarded 1.4 million NOK over three years for their project: "Organ on a chip" connected to mass spectrometry: An effiecient tool for developing and testing drugs.

Stefan Krauss, Steven Ray Wilson and Olav Thon (Photo: Terje Heiestad)


For a complete list of winners, vist The Olav Thon Foundation

Published Mar. 15, 2018 1:48 PM - Last modified Aug. 13, 2020 12:39 PM