Webpages tagged with «Biomaterials»
Amel and Ambn, on progenitor cells and mesenchymal tissue regeneration
The first ever Biomaterials in Oslo alumni day will be organised on 24th October! the alumni day will kick-start with a lunch at the Department of Biomaterials. The lunch will be followed by a half-day seminar with talks from both the department and the returning alumni.
The alumni seminar will be held in Auditorium 2, IKO.
Hanna Tiainen from the Department of Biomaterials at IKO will receive the award for her PhD-work.
Xing Rui has publicly defended her dissertation and been awarded the PhD-title
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 Reseland is invited speaker to the symposium International Space Medicine in Aarhus, Denmark.
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.
Meet Łucja Rumian, a PhD candidate with a EEA /Norway Grant
Maryam Rahmati has publicly defended her doctoral dissertation In vivo evaluation of biomaterials for bone regeneration applications using advanced imaging techniques. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Maryam on her great achievement!
Professor Håvard J. Haugen visits AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow.
Two PhD students from the University of the Balearic Islands joined our department for three months with EEA/Norway scholarship.
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.
Three scientists from Department of Biomaterials presented their research on TiO2 biomaterials at the 14th International Conference of the European Ceramic Society in Toledo.
Two Erasmus students from Germany joined our lab for half a year to do research on titanium dioxide scaffolds.
Comparative evaluation of three methods for application of root filling materials into prepared root canals by micro-computed. tomography