Materials Science and Technology of Polymers

e-Nose in Holland Chemistry Student Competition final

         Rens Horst en Rick Cohen


Two student teams, eNose and NanopLESStic are selected to carry out their proposed research project with a paid internship. Our e-Nose team develops smart polymers for electronic sensors to enable early detection of food rotting. The sensors can be applied in warehouses allowing reliable storage for crops.


The highest performing team wins the competition and the winner will be announced during chemistry congress CHAINS 2019.