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Tension is rising for the T.E.S.T. student team at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). In the past year, they have been working on a biosensor that can measure the amount of rheumatism medication in a patient’s blood. They are now putting the finishing touches on everything. Towards the end of the week, they will be participating in SensUs 2019 -a competition in which fourteen student teams from all over the world participate in. All of them have their own biosensor for the same application: measuring rheumatism medication.

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Author profile picture Linda Bak is always looking for the stories behind the news. She is fascinated by statistics and uses not only words but also numbers to tell these stories.