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PANBioRA's scientific coordinator Dr. Nihal Engin Vrana edited the book Biomaterials and Immune Response Complications, Mechanisms and Immunomodulation by CRC Press. Get keen insights into...

3D printing is not only influencing the industrial field but also leading to innovations and progress in clinical applications, e.g. in form of personalized implantable devices.

The first review...

The EU-funded project PANBioRA - Personalised And/or Generalised Integrated Biomaterial Risk Assessment has kicked off in January 2018. For the next four years, 17 project partners will collaborate to...

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Upcoming Events

in Sremski Karlovci, Serbia

The increasing necessity to solve complex problems in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics requires the development of new ideas and innovative methods for providing solutions.

in Lille, France

MedFIT is your opportunity to connect with international key innovators in the MedTech, diagnostic and digital health sectors

in Stuttgart, Germany

6th Meet&Match event on the topic of « Precision Medicine – Research, Diagnostics and Therapy »

in Thessaloniki, Greece

NN19 conference will be comprised of associated Workshops and Special Events, covering the latest developments in the fields of Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies.

in LA, USA

7th annual workshop on “Micro- and Nanotechnologies for Medicine: Emerging Frontiers and Applications”

in Tampere, Finlannd

NoOC symposium is to bring together leading scientists and research groups of organ on chip -research field across Nordic countries.

in Nantes, France

2 day workshop focusing on bioprinting in cancer research

in Hannover, Germany

European Society for Artificial Organs congress.

More information to be followed: www.esao.org/events/

in Belgrade, Serbia

In the frame of the ICCB 2019 a PANBioRA mini-symposium is organised. Submit your abstract until 15 July!

in Dresden, Germany

The mission of the European Society for Biomaterials has been to serve as a highly interactive community committed to promote excellence in all aspects of biomaterial science, tissue engineering,...