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Micronit Microfluidics BV, founded in 1999, is a dynamic and innovative High-Tech company that designs, develops, produces and sells lab-on-a-chip products for liquid analyses to academic and industrial customers all over the world. These products are for instance being used in DNA analysis, medical tests, analytical instrumentation but also in space technology. Micronit focuses on the total development process of the microfluidic devices, from design to high-volume manufacturing and is considered as a worldwide leader. Its culture is open, respectful and informal with stimulation of own initiative and effective team work.
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Job Title : Intern
Department : Research and Development
Reports to : Your mentor of the assigned project

Aim of the position:

For the Research & Development department, Micronit is looking for dedicated people willing to do their practical training or masters assignment. Assignments can be related to the development of new applications of microfluidic chips and the study of fabrication processes. Example projects in the past were, for instance, the study of different microfluidic connections, the development of new techniques of glass micromachining and the design and development of a multi-stack microreactor.

Place in the organization:

The Intern reports directly to her/his assigned mentor at Micronit.

Key responsibilities:

Detailed assignment descriptions can be sent on request.

Knowledge, skills and experience:

The Intern is a student studying for a bachelor’s degree or university level with a technical background.

Location and working conditions:

The intern works mainly from the Micronit office in Enschede.


For additional information please contact Marko Blom PhD by phone: +3153-8506850 or check our website


Please send a short motivation letter and CV to
Only direct applications will be reviewed. Applications through job agencies will not be considered.

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