Biomedical Engineering

Faculty of Engineering, LTH

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Microchip ecology on the radio


Nematode in chip

The SoilChip project was featured on the radio, with Edith Hammer, Kristin Aleklett and Pelle Ohlsson explaining how microchips from Biomedical Engineering help ecologists study what bacteria and fungi are doing under the ground and how the microscopic labyrinths in the ground prevent microorganisms from finding carbon and releasing it into the atmosphere as carbon dioxide.

Radio clips (Swedish):

"Mikrochip blir forskarnas fönster till underjorden" i Vetandets värld (20 min):

"Minilabyrint avslöjar svampars navigation" i Nyheter från Vetenskapsradion (2 min):

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