Nettsider med emneord «Biomaterials» - Side 2
Torben Hildebrand from University of Hanover joined our group for five months to perform high-resolution 3D x-ray imaging of tooth structures.
Department of Biomaterials attended a consensus meeting that focused on the biological principles and biomaterials used in restoring missing bone tissue in the oral cavity.
Department of Biomaterials has partnered with OsloMet in the Horizon 2020 project MgSafe that kicked off in Hamburg last week.
Dental biomaterials expert Jukka Pekka Matinlinna visited the Biomaterials lab for a collaborative meeting.
Maziar Ghadakchi Shabestari has publicly defended his doctoral dissertation Bone marrow lesions in osteoarthritis: role of angiogenesis and bone turnover. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Maziar on his great achievement!
Jean-Baptiste Sourbets from Polytech Nantes joined our group this summer to investigate the effect of cation doping on TiO2 scaffold properties.
Øystein Stakkestad has publicly defended his doctoral dissertation The role of ameloblastin in mesenchymal tissues. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Øystein on his great achievement!
Marc Amrit Schober from University of North Texas joined our group this summer to learn a bit more about biomaterials and cell biology.
Javier Sanz Esporrin from Complutense University of Madrid joined our group for three months to learn more about micro- and nanoCT imaging.
Department of Biomaterials travelled to ScSB2018 meeting to see Professor Lyngstadaas receive the prestigious ScSB Award
Francisco Romero Gavilán from Universitat Jaume I in Spain joined our group for three months to learn more about protein adsorption on biomaterials.
Krzysztof Wrzesinski from CelVivo gave us a detailed introduction to 3D cell culture methods
Department of Biomaterials hosted an international symposium on x-ray tomography techniques.
Molecules that are more often known for their potential to cause cancer may have a new, health-promoting role. Scientists are now discovering how these «radicals» may be used to prevent infections and promote the long-term success of dental implants.
David Wiedmer has publicly defended his doctoral dissertation TiO2 dark catalysis in biomedical applications. Department of Biomaterials congratulates David on his great achievement!
Thao Ha from Hanover joined our group for four months to work on her master thesis and she thoroughly enjoyed her stay in Oslo.
Department of Biomaterials hosted two seminars on nanostructured biomaterials and biosensor applications based on nanotechnology.
Biomaterials hosts an open seminar on bone-anchored implants and the ramifications of increasing antimicrobial resistance on implant-related infections.
Etter fleire år med arbeid for å finansiere den sjeldne maskina, vart den endeleg levert ved fakultetet i siste veke.