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We are not only hosting visiting students but we also send some of our students out in to the world to experience new things. Like Florian is currently doing in Australia.
Kick-off meeting on project on injectable biomaterials last month our recent funded project on injectable biomaterials for periodontal and endodontic regeneration had a kick-off meeting where the whole consortium was gathered
The annual H2020 ERA-NET Marine Biotech “BLUETEETH” project meeting took place at beautiful Madeira where our scientist discuss the use of marine derived biomaterials
Chinese researchers claim they have managed to grow tooth enamel for the first time. Our Petter Lyngstadaas discusses on Forskning.no whether this is possible or not.
The Department has been busy both organising and attending conferences in September. Here are some of the highlights from Stockholm, Oslo, Madrid and Vienna.
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.
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.
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!
Biomaterials hosts an open seminar on hierarchical and functional biomaterials based on protein self-assembly and nanocrystalline calcium phosphates.
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).
Gaute Floer Johnsen has publicly defended his doctoral dissertation Contralateral premolars: validation of symmetry. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Gaute on his great achievement!
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.
The annual ERA-NET Marine Biotech “BLUETEETH” meeting took place at Svalbard, halfway between Norway and North Pole. Janne E. Reseland concurrently also organized the International Workshop on Oral Degradable Biobarriers and with speakers from around the globe.
Torben Hildebrand from University of Hanover joined our group for five months to perform high-resolution 3D x-ray imaging of tooth structures.
Janne Reseland and Petter Lyngstadaas participated at the kick-off meeting for yet another European project last week
Erik Reimhult and Guruprakash Subbiahdoss were hosts when Hanna and Petter from Department of Biomaterials and Alejandro and Janne from Oral Research Laboratory visited the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna.
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.
Department of Biomaterials has partnered with OsloMet in the Horizon 2020 project MgSafe that kicked off in Hamburg last week.
Dental biomaterials expert Jukka Pekka Matinlinna visited the Biomaterials lab for a collaborative meeting.
Maziar Ghadakchi Shabestari has publicly defended his doctoral dissertation Bone marrow lesions in osteoarthritis: role of angiogenesis and bone turnover. Department of Biomaterials congratulates Maziar on his great achievement!
Jean-Baptiste Sourbets from Polytech Nantes joined our group this summer to investigate the effect of cation doping on TiO2 scaffold properties.
This year has brought our department some good luck with our EU grant proposals and we are now part of two new European collaboration projects - MgSafe project is now hiring PhD candidates.
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.