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Amel and Ambn, on progenitor cells and mesenchymal tissue regeneration
The staff from the Department of Biomaterials has recived three different prices.
Hanna Tiainen from the Department of Biomaterials at IKO will receive the award for her PhD-work.
The Department of Biomaterials hosts an open seminar on hierarchical and functional biomaterials based on protein self-assembly and nanocrystalline calcium phosphates.
The Department, together with The University of the Balearic Islands, receives funding from the NILS Science and Sustainability programme.
Se for deg at du skader deg og får et sår som gjør vondt og gror sakte. Tenk om det da fantes noe som får såret ditt til å gro bedre og uten smerte. Du tror kanskje det er science fiction, men dette preparatet finnes faktisk og er i bruk hos tannlegen.
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.
Professor Håvard J. Haugen visits AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow.
Meet Łucja Rumian, a PhD candidate with a EEA /Norway Grant
Two PhD students from the University of the Balearic Islands joined our department for three months with EEA/Norway scholarship.
Two of our researchers spent a sunny weekend in Grenoble - deep in the underbelly of the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility!
Two Erasmus students from Germany joined our lab for half a year to do research on titanium dioxide scaffolds.
Helen Pullisaar has publicly defended her doctoral dissertation Bioinspired ceramic TiO2 scaffolds for bone tissue engineering. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Helen on her great achievement!
Are teeth stronger than carrots? Or lollipops? And what makes teeth so strong? These and many other questions were answered at the Oslo Science Fair 2015.
Department of Biomaterials joined our collaborators in Spain for a very interesting and productive scientific workshop on surface development of biomaterials.
Our department invited two renown biomaterials scientists João F. Mano and Pierre Layrolle to present some of their latest research work and to discuss potential collaborative research projects.
Department of Biomaterials will be reinforced with a quartz crystal microbalance! Two of our researchers travelled to Chalmers in Gothenburg to get a sneak peek to this latest addition to our lab equipment.