University of Maryland to Lead NIH-Funded Center for Engineering Complex Tissues
College Park, Md. — The University of Maryland announced today that it will lead a National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded Biomedical Technology Resource Center (BTRC) aimed at advancing techniques to create complex tissues and parts for the body, such as for organs and bone. The NIH awarded a $6.25 million grant to the newly established Center for Engineering Complex Tissues (CECT), for which Rice University and the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) will serve as key partners. Read more HERE.
BIOFABRICATION CONFERENCE 2017
THE 2017 BIOFABRICATION CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD IN Beijing, china ON OCTOBER 15-18. ALL INFORMATION IS NOW AVAILABLE ON the BIOFABRICATION 2017 WEBSITE or HERE
Congratulations to Jos malda
Dr. ir. jos malda, president of the international society for biofabrication, is now professor of translational regenerative medicine and head of research at the department of orthopaedics at utrecht university. he is also professor of translational regenerative medicine at the department of equine sciences at utrecht university.
new attendance record
The International Conference for Biofabrication 2016 has broken last years attendance record. With the community growing steadily, we are looking forward to next years biofabrication conference which will be held in beijing, china.
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BIOFABRICATION journal impact factor increase
Biofabrication celebrates its new impact factor of 4.702! For more information visit: HTTP://IOPSCIENCE.IOP.ORG/JOURNAL/1758-5090 for more