Prof. dr. Menno Prins, Eindhoven University of Technology & Helia Biomonitoring
Invited speaker iMNC2020, Track Public Private Collaborations Lessons learnt in times of pandemic collaboration
How to involve SME’s and address their interests
Menno Prins received a PhD in physics and worked for nearly 20 years in Philips Research. Since 2014 he is full professor at Eindhoven University of Technology, in the Depts. of Biomedical Engineering and Applied Physics, in the Molecular Biosensing group (www.tue.nl/mbx). He investigates particle-based single-molecule technologies for the detection and continuous monitoring of biomolecules. To stimulate education and innovation in the field of biosensing, he founded and organizes SensUs, the annual international student competition on biosensors for health (www.sensus.org), with student teams participating from universities in Europe, North-America, Asia, and Africa. He co-founded Helia Biomonitoring, a spin-off company for translational development of continuous biosensing technologies.