Sevim Aktas is the definition of an active student. She is the president of the UT Model UN, a Stanford University Innovation Fellows candidate, a Dream Team member and, of course, a student following courses. How does she manage to fit all of this into one day? We followed her to find out.
Have you ever wondered what we do every day besides writing articles? As this is the last edition of the UT Nieuws magazine as we currently know it, we thought we would give you a little peek into our daily activities. This is a typical day in the life of the UT Nieuws team.
Surgical Robotics Lab (SRL) of the UT’s Department of Biomechanical Engineering develops novel techniques to reach challenging locations inside the human body. As its name indicates, SRL hosts a wide range of interesting robots and other devices – everything from snake-like continuum robots, to beating heart models, magnetized bacteria or a setup called the ‘Big-Mag’. What does a daily life in this lab look like?