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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.
Department of Biomaterials invited scientists from Oslo, UK, and USA to present their research, discuss science and enjoy a sunny summer's day with us on the Oslo fjord.
Department of Biomaterials joined our collaborators in Spain for a very interesting and productive scientific workshop on surface development of biomaterials.
Winter is coming so Department of Biomatrials decided to bring some light into the growing darkness in the form of an exciting scientific seminar.
Comparative evaluation of three methods for application of root filling materials into prepared root canals by micro-computed. tomography
The staff from the Department of Biomaterials has recived three different prices.
The programme for the annual Christmas seminar and dinner is ready. We have presenters from six European countries this year.
Our department hosted a guest lecture on tooth enamel mineralisation by Malcolm L Snead from University of Southern California.
Oscar Villa has publicly defended his doctoral dissertation Wound healing promoting agents in oral and periodontal surgical procedures. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Oscar on his great achievement!
Some of our researchers launched on a world tour to present our latest results to fellow biomaterials scientist.
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!
Department of Biomaterials was present at the Nordic Young Neutron Scatterers meeting held at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters
Claudia Sperling from Dresden visited our lab to discuss blood compatibility testing of various biomaterial surfaces
Our department made the most of the opportunity to present our research projects to fellow researchers at the annual Faculty research day.
Paweł Kałłas from Szczecin joined our group for a five month Erasmus internship and thoroughly enjoyed his stay in Oslo.
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.
Department of Biomaterials had an eventful March with many of our researchers participating in two different international conferences.
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.
September started with big celebration for science at the Biomaterials lab.
Department of Biomaterials hosted two seminars on nanostructured biomaterials and biosensor applications based on nanotechnology.
David Wiedmer has publicly defended his doctoral dissertation TiO2 dark catalysis in biomedical applications. Department of Biomaterials congratulates David on his great achievement!