A team of UG students is working hard on introducing an improved and more reliable screening test for cervical cancer. The patented method, developed at the UMCG, reduces the chances of ‘false positive’ results and thus lowers the percentage of missed cancer cases. The student entrepreneurs hope that their start-up company, CC Logistics, will make the new screening method commercially viable. The students’ initiative has reached the semifinals of the Young Business Award on 2 May.
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As a lawyer, Arvin Kolder assists his clients in court regarding matters of personal injury. Once a week, however, he trades in his lawyer robes for those befitting a professor, so that he can hit the books with law students at the UG as Professor...
The Association of Notaries in the Former District of Leeuwarden (VNAL) has awarded a subsidy of € 4.500 to Dr. Irene Visser for the organization of an international expert meeting on (the prevention of) foreclosure auctions, to be held on 13 and...
On behalf of the University of Groningen, postdoc Nynke Vellinga has become a member of CCAM, a new European partnership for Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility.
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