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Javier Sanz Esporrin from Complutense University of Madrid joined our group for three months to learn more about micro- and nanoCT imaging.
Marc Amrit Schober from University of North Texas joined our group this summer to learn a bit more about biomaterials and cell biology.
Jean-Baptiste Sourbets from Polytech Nantes joined our group this summer to investigate the effect of cation doping on TiO2 scaffold properties.
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.
Torben Hildebrand from University of Hanover joined our group for five months to perform high-resolution 3D x-ray imaging of tooth structures.
Liebert Parreiras Nogueira won the movie award for best video at a international microCT conference in Mechelen, Belgium. The Department of Biomaterials congratulates Liebert on this accomplishment.
Biomaterials hosts an open seminar on the use of extracellular vesicles and platelet lysate in cell free regenerative therapies and as cost-effective cell culture supplement.
After a long wait, the sun is shining on us again and our lab is getting back to more or less normal activity over the summer.
Anne Klemm has publicly defended her doctoral dissertation Doped TiO2 bone scaffolds - corrosion resistance combined with high compressive strength. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Anne on her great achievement!
Florian Weber has publicly defended his doctoral dissertation Development of multifunctional polyphenolic coatings for improved peri-implant healing. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Florian on his great achievement!
Victor A. Jankowski's master thesis on polyphenolic nanocoatings for dental implants won this year's best master thesis award at the Faculty of Dentistry. Well done, Victor!
Manuel Schweikle was awarded His Majesty the King's Gold Medal for his outstanding PhD thesis focusing on developing mineralised hydrogels for regenerating bone tissue around dental implants.
Never before has any research group at our Faculty had more success with research grant from the Research Council of Norway. Our Department managed to obtain two large grants in the Nano2021 program.
Zhu Hao from Huazhong University of Science and Technology joined our group for one and a half years to teach us about Chinese traditions and cuisine (and do a bit of science at the side).
Biomaterials hosts an open seminar on hierarchical and functional biomaterials based on protein self-assembly and nanocrystalline calcium phosphates.
Manuel Schweikle has publicly defended his doctoral dissertation Characterisation of mineralised synthetic hydrogel scaffolds for bone repair. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Manuel on his great achievement!
Summers at our lab are never quiet - thanks to our hardworking summer students. This summer, the biomaterials lab was kept busy by Dmytro and Nora.
Aman S Chahal has publicly defended his doctoral dissertation From inert to active: biofunctionalised PEG hydrogels to guide stem cell behaviour. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Aman on his great achievement!
Department of Biomaterials brings light to the dark days of winter by organising an exciting scientific on nano-biomaterials seminar.
The seminar raise awareness on nano-biomaterials and to create a meeting place and arena for networks amongst the scientists in Norway working with nano-biomaterials and world leading scientists in the field.
The seminar is open for all participants and we strongly encourage both users and patient of nano-biomaterials to participate to the seminar.
Usame Sevgi from Dicle University in Turkey joined our group for three months, bringing along some Turkish delight and an healthy appetite for science.
Gaute Floer Johnsen has publicly defended his doctoral dissertation Contralateral premolars: validation of symmetry. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Gaute on his great achievement!