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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.
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!