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  • Post Doctoral Researcher Sulalit Bandyopadhyay and his team at the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU. Row 1 from left: Muhammad Bilal, Yun Liu, Abhishek Banerjee, Zeeshan Ali, Gro Mogseth, Erik Dobloug Roede. Row 2 from left: Tomas Hjartnes, Karthik Raghunathan, Ina Beate Jenssen, Sulalit Bandyopadhyay (Project Manager), Changhun Jeong, Jens-Petter Andreassen (Head of Department), Merethe Christensen Vadseth Row 3 from left: Hammad Farooq, Ahmad Bin Ashar, Vegar Ottesen, Anuvansh Sharma, Regina Lopez Fyllingsnes, Jibin Antony. Row 4 from left: Britt-Iren Tiseth, Jon Arve Selnes, Neshat Zahraie, Øystein Nicolay Diserud, Gøril Flatberg, Nina Sandberg. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Post Doctoral Researcher Sulalit Bandyopadhyay and his team at the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU. Row 1 from left: Muhammad Bilal, Yun Liu, Abhishek Banerjee, Zeeshan Ali, Gro Mogseth, Erik Dobloug Roede. Row 2 from left: Tomas Hjartnes, Karthik Raghunathan, Ina Beate Jenssen, Sulalit Bandyopadhyay (Project Manager), Changhun Jeong, Jens-Petter Andreassen (Head of Department), Merethe Christensen Vadseth Row 3 from left: Hammad Farooq, Ahmad Bin Ashar, Vegar Ottesen, Anuvansh Sharma, Regina Lopez Fyllingsnes, Jibin Antony. Row 4 from left: Britt-Iren Tiseth, Jon Arve Selnes, Neshat Zahraie, Øystein Nicolay Diserud, Gøril Flatberg, Nina Sandberg. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
  • Post.doc. Sulalit Bandyopadhyay fra Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi på NTNU har vært sentral i arbeidet med å utvikle en ny testmetode for SARS-CoV-2-virus (koronatest). Her studerer han en prøve med magnetiske nanopartikler som brukes i den nye testmetoden. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Post Doctoral Researcher Sulalit Bandyopadhyay from the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU in the bead production lab with his team. Bandyopadhyay is central in the development of a new test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test). In this photo he studies a sample of magnetic nanoparticles used in the new test method. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Post.doc. Sulalit Bandyopadhyay fra Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi på NTNU har vært sentral i arbeidet med å utvikle en ny testmetode for SARS-CoV-2-virus (koronatest). Her studerer han en prøve med magnetiske nanopartikler som brukes i den nye testmetoden. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Post Doctoral Researcher Sulalit Bandyopadhyay from the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU in the bead production lab with his team. Bandyopadhyay is central in the development of a new test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test). In this photo he studies a sample of magnetic nanoparticles used in the new test method. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
  • Post.doc. Sulalit Bandyopadhyay på laboratoriet sammen med teamet sitt ved Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi. De produserer magnetiske kuler som brukes i NTNUs nye testmetode for SARS-CoV-2-virus (koronatest). – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Post Doctoral Researcher Sulalit Bandyopadhyay at his lab with his team at the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU. They are producing the magnetic beads used in the new test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test). – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Post.doc. Sulalit Bandyopadhyay på laboratoriet sammen med teamet sitt ved Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi. De produserer magnetiske kuler som brukes i NTNUs nye testmetode for SARS-CoV-2-virus (koronatest). – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Post Doctoral Researcher Sulalit Bandyopadhyay at his lab with his team at the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU. They are producing the magnetic beads used in the new test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test). – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
  • Post.doc. Sulalit Bandyopadhyay og avdelingsingeniør Regina Lopez Fyllingsnes fra Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi ved NTNU forbereder produksjon av magnetiske kuler. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Post Doctoral Researcher Sulalit Bandyopadhyay and Staff Engineer Regina Lopez Fyllingsnes from the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU are preparing for magnetic bead production. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Post.doc. Sulalit Bandyopadhyay og avdelingsingeniør Regina Lopez Fyllingsnes fra Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi ved NTNU forbereder produksjon av magnetiske kuler. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Post Doctoral Researcher Sulalit Bandyopadhyay and Staff Engineer Regina Lopez Fyllingsnes from the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU are preparing for magnetic bead production. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
  • Post.doc. Sulalit Bandyopadhyay og avdelingsingeniør Regina Lopez Fyllingsnes fra Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi ved NTNU forbereder produksjon av magnetiske kuler. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Post Doctoral Researcher Sulalit Bandyopadhyay and Staff Engineer Regina Lopez Fyllingsnes from the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU are preparing for magnetic bead production. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Post.doc. Sulalit Bandyopadhyay og avdelingsingeniør Regina Lopez Fyllingsnes fra Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi ved NTNU forbereder produksjon av magnetiske kuler. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Post Doctoral Researcher Sulalit Bandyopadhyay and Staff Engineer Regina Lopez Fyllingsnes from the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU are preparing for magnetic bead production. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
  • Avdelingsingeniør Yun Liu studerer en prøve med magnetiske nanopartikler som brukes i den nye testmetoden for SARS-CoV-2-virus (koronatest) utviklet ved NTNU. Yun Liu er en del av teamet til Sulalit Bandyopadhyay ved Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Staff Engineer Yun Liu studies a sample of magnetic nanoparticles used in the new test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test) developed at NTNU. Yun Liu is a part of the team of Sulalit Bandyopadhyay at Department of Chemical Engineering. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Avdelingsingeniør Yun Liu studerer en prøve med magnetiske nanopartikler som brukes i den nye testmetoden for SARS-CoV-2-virus (koronatest) utviklet ved NTNU. Yun Liu er en del av teamet til Sulalit Bandyopadhyay ved Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Staff Engineer Yun Liu studies a sample of magnetic nanoparticles used in the new test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test) developed at NTNU. Yun Liu is a part of the team of Sulalit Bandyopadhyay at Department of Chemical Engineering. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
  • Senioringeniør Per Arne Aas (t.v.) og senioringeniør Sten Even Erlandsen ved Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin. Her betjener de og overvåker pipeteringsroboten som klargjør kjemikalier for ekstraksjon av koronavirusets RNA. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Laboratoriesenteret, St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Per Arne Aas and Sten Even Erlandsen, both senior engineers at the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine, NTNU. The photo shows them working with a pipetting robot that is preparing chemicals for extracting the coronavirus’s RNA. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Laboratory Centre St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Senioringeniør Per Arne Aas (t.v.) og senioringeniør Sten Even Erlandsen ved Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin. Her betjener de og overvåker pipeteringsroboten som klargjør kjemikalier for ekstraksjon av koronavirusets RNA. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Laboratoriesenteret, St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Per Arne Aas and Sten Even Erlandsen, both senior engineers at the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine, NTNU. The photo shows them working with a pipetting robot that is preparing chemicals for extracting the coronavirus’s RNA. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Laboratory Centre St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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  • Post.doc. Sulalit Bandyopadhyay på laboratoriet sammen med teamet sitt ved Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi. De produserer magnetiske kuler som brukes i NTNUs nye testmetode for SARS-CoV-2-virus (koronatest). – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Post Doctoral Researcher Sulalit Bandyopadhyay at his lab with his team at the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU. They are producing the magnetic beads used in the new test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test). – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Post.doc. Sulalit Bandyopadhyay på laboratoriet sammen med teamet sitt ved Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi. De produserer magnetiske kuler som brukes i NTNUs nye testmetode for SARS-CoV-2-virus (koronatest). – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Post Doctoral Researcher Sulalit Bandyopadhyay at his lab with his team at the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU. They are producing the magnetic beads used in the new test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test). – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
  • Avdelingsingeniør Yun Liu forbereder nanopartikler av jernoksid mens forsker Anuvansh Sharma og post.doc. Vegar Ottesen følger prosessen. De er alle en del av teamet til Sulalit Bandyopadhyay ved Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi ved NTNU hvor de magnetiske kulene som brukes i den nye testmetoden blir produsert. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Staff Engineer Yun Liu is preparing iron oxde nanoparticles while Researcher Anuvansh Sharma and Post Doctoral Researcher Vegar Ottesen are following the process. They are all part of the team of Sulalit Bandyopadhyay at Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU where the magnetic beads used in the new test method are being produced. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Avdelingsingeniør Yun Liu forbereder nanopartikler av jernoksid mens forsker Anuvansh Sharma og post.doc. Vegar Ottesen følger prosessen. De er alle en del av teamet til Sulalit Bandyopadhyay ved Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi ved NTNU hvor de magnetiske kulene som brukes i den nye testmetoden blir produsert. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi, NTNU, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Staff Engineer Yun Liu is preparing iron oxde nanoparticles while Researcher Anuvansh Sharma and Post Doctoral Researcher Vegar Ottesen are following the process. They are all part of the team of Sulalit Bandyopadhyay at Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU where the magnetic beads used in the new test method are being produced. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Department of Chemical Engineering, NTNU, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
  • Beholderne på bordet foran covid-19-teamet ved Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin inneholder 1,5 millioner tester. Fra venstre avdelingsingeniør Erlend Ravlo, senioringeniør Hilde Lysvand, professor og teamleder Magnar Bjørås, senioringeniør Sten Even Erlandsen, Lars Hagen daglig leder for PROMEC og senioringeniør Per Arne Aas. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Laboratoriesenteret, St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU The table in front of the COVID-19 team at the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine contains 1,5 million tests. From left, Erlend Ravlo, staff engineer; Hilde Lysvand, senior engineer; Magnar Bjørås, professor and team leader; Sten Even Erlandsen, senior engineer; Lars Hagen, general manager, Proteomics and Modomics Experimental Core Facility (PROMEC); and Per Arne Aas, senior engineer. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Laboratory Centre St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Beholderne på bordet foran covid-19-teamet ved Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin inneholder 1,5 millioner tester. Fra venstre avdelingsingeniør Erlend Ravlo, senioringeniør Hilde Lysvand, professor og teamleder Magnar Bjørås, senioringeniør Sten Even Erlandsen, Lars Hagen daglig leder for PROMEC og senioringeniør Per Arne Aas. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Laboratoriesenteret, St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU The table in front of the COVID-19 team at the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine contains 1,5 million tests. From left, Erlend Ravlo, staff engineer; Hilde Lysvand, senior engineer; Magnar Bjørås, professor and team leader; Sten Even Erlandsen, senior engineer; Lars Hagen, general manager, Proteomics and Modomics Experimental Core Facility (PROMEC); and Per Arne Aas, senior engineer. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Laboratory Centre St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
  • Senioringeniør Hilde Lysvand, Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin, ved roboten som utfører selve ekstraksjonen av koronavirusets RNA. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Laboratoriesenteret, St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Hilde Lysvand, senior engineer at the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine, NTNU, by the robot that performs the actual extraction of the coronavirus’s RNA. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Laboratory Centre St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Senioringeniør Hilde Lysvand, Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin, ved roboten som utfører selve ekstraksjonen av koronavirusets RNA. – Tid: September 2020 – Sted: Laboratoriesenteret, St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim – Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU Hilde Lysvand, senior engineer at the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine, NTNU, by the robot that performs the actual extraction of the coronavirus’s RNA. – Time: September 2020 – Place: Laboratory Centre St. Olavs hospital, Trondheim – Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
  • Fra venstre: Senioringeniør Per Arne Aas fra Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin ved NTNU; Lars Hagen, daglig leder for Proteomics and Modomics Experimental Core Facility (PROMEC); Inger Johanne Haugen, leder for Avdeling for medisinsk mikrobiologi på St. Olavs hospital;Janne Fossum Malmring, sjefsbioingeniør ved Avdeling for medisinsk mikrobiologi på St. Olavs hospital; professor Magnar Bjørås fra Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin ved NTNU; Sten Even Erlandsen, overingeniør ved NTNU Genomic Core Facility. Med professor Magnar Bjørås i spissen, har alle vært med i arbeidet om å utvikle en ny testmetode for SARS-CoV-2 virus (koronatest). - Tid: April 2020 - Sted: Laboratoriesenteret, Øya. St.Olavs hospital / NTNU i Trondheim - Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU --- From the left: Senior engineer Per Arne Aas from the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicineat NTNU, Lars Hagen, general manager of the Proteomics and Modomics Experimental Core Facility (PROMEC), Inger Johanne Haugen, Head of the Department of Medical Microbiology at St. Olav's Hospital, Anne Fossum Malmring, chief bioengineer at the Departmentof Medical Microbiology at St. Olav's Hospital, professor Magnar Bjørås from the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine at NTNU, Sten Even Erlandsen, senior engineer at NTNU Genomic Core Facility. With professor Magnar Bjørås at the forefront, the group has beencentral to the development of a new test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test). - Time: April 2020 - Place: Laboratoriesenteret, Øya, at St. Olavs hospital / NTNU in Trondheim - Photo: Geir Mogen / NTNU
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    Fra venstre: Senioringeniør Per Arne Aas fra Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin ved NTNU; Lars Hagen, daglig leder for Proteomics and Modomics Experimental Core Facility (PROMEC); Inger Johanne Haugen, leder for Avdeling for medisinsk mikrobiologi på St. Olavs hospital;Janne Fossum Malmring, sjefsbioingeniør ved Avdeling for medisinsk mikrobiologi på St. Olavs hospital; professor Magnar Bjørås fra Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin ved NTNU; Sten Even Erlandsen, overingeniør ved NTNU Genomic Core Facility. Med professor Magnar Bjørås i spissen, har alle vært med i arbeidet om å utvikle en ny testmetode for SARS-CoV-2 virus (koronatest). - Tid: April 2020 - Sted: Laboratoriesenteret, Øya. St.Olavs hospital / NTNU i Trondheim - Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU --- From the left: Senior engineer Per Arne Aas from the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicineat NTNU, Lars Hagen, general manager of the Proteomics and Modomics Experimental Core Facility (PROMEC), Inger Johanne Haugen, Head of the Department of Medical Microbiology at St. Olav's Hospital, Anne Fossum Malmring, chief bioengineer at the Departmentof Medical Microbiology at St. Olav's Hospital, professor Magnar Bjørås from the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine at NTNU, Sten Even Erlandsen, senior engineer at NTNU Genomic Core Facility. With professor Magnar Bjørås at the forefront, the group has beencentral to the development of a new test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test). - Time: April 2020 - Place: Laboratoriesenteret, Øya, at St. Olavs hospital / NTNU in Trondheim - Photo: Geir Mogen / NTNU
  • Fra venstre: Senioringeniør Per Arne Aas fra Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin ved NTNU; Lars Hagen, daglig leder for Proteomics and Modomics Experimental Core Facility (PROMEC); Janne Fossum Malmring, sjefsbioingeniør ved Avdeling for medisinsk mikrobiologi på St. Olavs hospital; Inger Johanne Haugen, leder for Avdeling for medisinsk mikrobiologi på St. Olavs hospital; professor Magnar Bjørås fra Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin ved NTNU; Sten Even Erlandsen, overingeniør ved NTNU Genomic Core Facility. Med professor Magnar Bjørås i spissen, har alle vært sentrale i arbeidet med å utvikle i en ny testmetode for SARS-CoV-2-virus (koronatest). Magnar Bjørås holder et "testkit". Et slikt kit er nok til 10.000 tester. - Tid: April 2020. - Sted: Laboratoriesenteret, Øya. St.Olavs hospital / NTNU i Trondheim - Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU --- From the left: Senior engineer Per Arne Aas from the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine at NTNU; Lars Hagen, general manager of the Proteomics and Modomics Experimental Core Facility (PROMEC; Janne Fossum Malmring, chief bioengineer at the Department of Medical Microbiology at St. Olav's hospital; Inger Johanne Haugen, Head of the Department of Medical Microbiology at St. Olav's Hospital; professor Magnar Bjørås from the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine at NTNU; Sten Even Erlandsen, senior engineer at NTNU Genomic Core Facility. With professor Magnar Bjørås at the forefront, the group has been central to the development of anew test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test). Magnar Bjørås holds a "test kit". Such a kit is enough for 10,000 tests. - Time: April 2020 - Place: Laboratoriesenteret, Øya. St.Olavs hospital / NTNU in Trondheim - Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Fra venstre: Senioringeniør Per Arne Aas fra Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin ved NTNU; Lars Hagen, daglig leder for Proteomics and Modomics Experimental Core Facility (PROMEC); Janne Fossum Malmring, sjefsbioingeniør ved Avdeling for medisinsk mikrobiologi på St. Olavs hospital; Inger Johanne Haugen, leder for Avdeling for medisinsk mikrobiologi på St. Olavs hospital; professor Magnar Bjørås fra Institutt for klinisk og molekylær medisin ved NTNU; Sten Even Erlandsen, overingeniør ved NTNU Genomic Core Facility. Med professor Magnar Bjørås i spissen, har alle vært sentrale i arbeidet med å utvikle i en ny testmetode for SARS-CoV-2-virus (koronatest). Magnar Bjørås holder et "testkit". Et slikt kit er nok til 10.000 tester. - Tid: April 2020. - Sted: Laboratoriesenteret, Øya. St.Olavs hospital / NTNU i Trondheim - Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU --- From the left: Senior engineer Per Arne Aas from the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine at NTNU; Lars Hagen, general manager of the Proteomics and Modomics Experimental Core Facility (PROMEC; Janne Fossum Malmring, chief bioengineer at the Department of Medical Microbiology at St. Olav's hospital; Inger Johanne Haugen, Head of the Department of Medical Microbiology at St. Olav's Hospital; professor Magnar Bjørås from the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine at NTNU; Sten Even Erlandsen, senior engineer at NTNU Genomic Core Facility. With professor Magnar Bjørås at the forefront, the group has been central to the development of anew test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test). Magnar Bjørås holds a "test kit". Such a kit is enough for 10,000 tests. - Time: April 2020 - Place: Laboratoriesenteret, Øya. St.Olavs hospital / NTNU in Trondheim - Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
  • Postdoktor Vegar Ottesen fra Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi på NTNU studerer en prøve med magnetiske nanopartikler som brukes i den nye testmetoden for SARS-CoV-2 virus (koronatest) utviklet ved NTNU og St. Olavs hospital. - Tid: April 2020 - Sted: Kjemiblokk 4, Gløshaugen, NTNU i Trondheim - Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU --- Post doctoral researcher Vegar Ottesen from the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU, studies a sample of magnetic nanoparticles used in the new test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test) developed at NTNU and St. Olav's University Hospital. - Time: April 2020 - Place: Chemistry building 4, Gløshaugen, NTNU in Trondheim - Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU
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    Postdoktor Vegar Ottesen fra Institutt for kjemisk prosessteknologi på NTNU studerer en prøve med magnetiske nanopartikler som brukes i den nye testmetoden for SARS-CoV-2 virus (koronatest) utviklet ved NTNU og St. Olavs hospital. - Tid: April 2020 - Sted: Kjemiblokk 4, Gløshaugen, NTNU i Trondheim - Foto: Geir Mogen/NTNU --- Post doctoral researcher Vegar Ottesen from the Department of Chemical Engineering at NTNU, studies a sample of magnetic nanoparticles used in the new test method for SARS-CoV-2 virus (corona test) developed at NTNU and St. Olav's University Hospital. - Time: April 2020 - Place: Chemistry building 4, Gløshaugen, NTNU in Trondheim - Photo: Geir Mogen/NTNU