Gerard & Anton Award 2016 for Ferry Schoenmakers, Tom Mulken and René van der Hulst
Source: E52, 29 July 2016
The curation of lymphedema:in the medical world it sounds like a desirable goal. But start-up Microsure (Eindhoven - Maastricht) is showing that this is possible with the help of an assistant robot. The developers are Ferry Schoenmakers, Tom Mulken and René van der Hulst.
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