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SEPTEMBER 27 TO
OCTOBER 6 2024
September 30
to October 7

Teasers Utrecht Science Week 2023 from 29 September to 8 October

Are you looking forward to it as much as we are and do you want to get into the spirit? Check out the website or watch the teasers!

 

Teaser Symposium de Toekomst van ons Water op 29 september 2023

Jim Jansen, editor-in-chief of New Scientist, will speak with Wilma Scholte op Reimer, Chair of the Executive Board of HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, and Roberta Hofman, Associate Lecturer in Water Treatment HU/KWR, about the role HU can play together with the region in the major challenges.  Keynote Reinier van den Berg discusses climate change. After the plenary programme, choice of several inspiring workshops. We end the day with a pub quiz & drinks, where you can also enjoy water tastings at the Watersommelier.

 

Teaser 1 Jelle Ruurda – Ziekenhuis van de toekomst 2nd of October 

Come see the latest developments at UMC Utrecht in robotic surgery and imaging physiology. Professor Jelle Ruurda and his researchers will give short presentations to demonstrate the innovative possibilities with robotic surgery and augmented reality in the operating theatre. For example, UMC Utrecht uses robotic surgery in operations on patients with esophageal cancer, liver cancer or prostate cancer. The robot allows for very precise surgery, allowing the patient to recover faster and reducing the risk of complications. Robotic surgery offers the possibility of integrating MRI or CT images taken before surgery with live images of the operation. These images can help recognise anatomical structures and identify tissue to be removed during surgery.

 

Teaser 2 Jannie Wijnen – Ziekenhuis van de toekomst 2nd of October 

You can join the tour of UMC Utrecht past these fascinating innovations that will influence patient care of the future. Meet the doctors and researchers and ask them all your questions! And feel free to bring an interested colleague, fellow student or family member along ( for everyone, please register). The programme runs from 18.0o to 21.30.