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Minimally Invasive Surgery and Interventional Techniques
Department of Biomechanical Engineering - Delft University of Technology
Interventional Research at CIRSE 2016
Tonke de Jong, Nick van de Berg and Lisette Tas conducted research at CIRSE 2016.
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MISIT conducts research on tissue-instrument-human interaction with the goal to improve diagnostic and therapeutic performance during minimally invasive interventions. The focus is on the mechanical interaction with instruments and on the design of new instruments.

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Reinier de Graaf ziekenhuis en TU Delft tekenen samenwerkingsovereenkomst23 November 2016 
Het Reinier de Graaf ziekenhuis en de TU Delft hebben een samenwerkingsovereenkomst getekend.
Beste tech-idee van 2016: de ruggetjesdichter17 November 2016 
Het beste Nederlandse tech-idee van het jaar in ontvangst genomen door Lisette Tas en Alex Eggink.
Nick van de Berg talks about the steerable needle in Delta03 November 2016 
On 25 October, Nick van de Berg received his doctorate for his research entitled 'Needle steering mechanics and design cases'. Delta published his research online in the article ‘Into the flesh’.
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