2009-11-18 13:00 Can we grow our own spare-part organs in the future, or shall we simply use technology for in vitro meat production? These, and many other interesting subjects, will be presented and discussed at the Biomaterial Research Center´s annual symposium “The Future of Biomaterials” in Göteborg, on Nov. 19th, 2009. For complete program and abstracts, please visit www.goteborgbio.se
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2010-09-02 14:55 A study is being presented today that for the first time ever shows the result of treatment with osseointegrated prostheses of titanium implants in patients with amputated femurs. The study shows that this treatment gives nine out of ten patients improved function and a better quality of life. These findings emerge from research by the Sahlgrenska Academy/Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Göteborg.
2010-09-01 09:38 International Conference on Orthopaedic Research in Gothenburg, 31 August - 3 September. Around 3,000 participants from all over the world will be present. Latest results from Swedish and international orthopaedic research will be presented at the conference.Invited speakers include Professor Sam Stupp, a world-leading scientist from the USA in the field of biomaterials and nanotechnology.
2010-08-26 11:17 Are you curious about finding out if your idea might be a commercial success? If so, we recommend you to apply for the “Idea Scholarship – From Idea to Reality”. Last day of application is September 10, 2010.
2010-11-22 14:05 Professor Tatsuo Suda, Research Centre for Genomic Medicine, Saitama Medical University, Japan.
2010-08-23 13:50 Young Scientists´ Forum Yearly event organized by Biomaterials Research Centre and GöteborgBIO in Gothenburg.
2011-11-18 12:29 GöteborgBIO and Biomaterials Research Center (BRC) invite you to the BRC-day 2011 "Clinical Applications and Biomaterials" on Nov. 24, 2011. .National and international top-class speakers from academy and industry adress problematic-, potential- and novel medical devices and the road from innovation to clinical applications. The seminar will be in English and is free of charge.
2010-11-22 14:00 Speakers presentations of the seminar "Biomaterialomics - from Molecular Interactions to Human Benefits" / Biomaterials Research 2010 Day November 25, 2010, arranged by GöteborgBIO and BRC. Key Note Speaker is Professor Tatsuo Suda, who will will talk about the role of vitamin D in bone. Other speakers are Tomas Albrektsson, Ulf Lerner, Marcy Wong, Omar Omar and Carl-Johan Ivarsson.
2010-10-14 17:06 Programme for the Biomaterials Research centre´s annual meeeting: "Biomaterialomics" related to "the smallest important details for our well being" from both international and national speakers. Professor Tsuda, who discovered vitamin D, explores the molecular mechanisms in relation to bone. There will be a lot of interesting speakers as well as an exhibition.