Geitmyrsveien 69 (kart)
Etter fleire år med arbeid for å finansiere den sjeldne maskina, vart den endeleg levert ved fakultetet i siste veke.
September started with big celebration for science at the Biomaterials lab.
While most people were enjoying their summer holidays by the beach, our lab did not quiet down thanks to our three hard-working student researchers.
Group of enthusiastic biomaterials researchers and microbiologists joined their forces last week to discuss the future challenges related to implantable medical devices in the world without antibiotics.
Come and join us in our discussion on how to design and test anti-infective biomaterials for the post-antibiotic era.
Our department hosted a seminar on the surprising similarities of bone and fat tissue and the devastating consequences of obesity on oral health.
Sebastian Geißler has publicly defended his doctoral dissertation Surface functionalization of dental implants for improved biological response and reduced infection risk. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Sebastian on his great achievement!
Department of Biomaterials had an eventful March with many of our researchers participating in two different international conferences.
Department of Biomaterials is involved in organising the Scandinavian Society for Biomaterials annual meeting in Hafjell 15-17 March.
Martin Bech from University of Lund offered us a glimpse into the exciting new possiblities available in high-resolution X-ray imaging of biological materials.
Paweł Kałłas from Szczecin joined our group for a five month Erasmus internship and thoroughly enjoyed his stay in Oslo.
Two of our German master students are done with their Erasmus internships at our department.
Our department made the most of the opportunity to present our research projects to fellow researchers at the annual Faculty research day.
Claudia Sperling from Dresden visited our lab to discuss blood compatibility testing of various biomaterial surfaces
Department of Biomaterials was present at the Nordic Young Neutron Scatterers meeting held at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters
Department of Biomaterials participated at the ninth international conference on dental enamel
Department of Biomaterials participated at the Synchrotron and Neutron Scattering in Biomaterials and Soft Matter Workshop in Malmö
Rivan Sidaly has publicly defended her doctoral dissertation The role of hypoxia on the formation of dental enamel: a clinical, an experimental animal, and a cell study. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Rivan on her great achievement!
Mathias Dorn from Technische Universität München joined our lab for half a year to do research on surface modification of titanium dioxide bone scaffolds.