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June 2016

9 Jun 16Costa Rican President Luis Solis visited QMUL
The Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis along with a number of Ministers visited Queen Mary University of London on Wednesday May 25. The visit comes as part of Costa Rica's strategy to attract talent from the academic sector as well as investors from biomedical British companies to join the large ... [more]

May 2016

26 May 16The IoB experience at the World Biomaterials Congress 2016 in Montreal
The World Biomaterials Congress 2016 (WBC 2016) was the largest conference gathering biomaterial researchers, being on track to be the largest World Biomaterials Congress to-date. With over 1,200 oral presentations, 2,400 poster presentations and 3,500 abstracts submitted by over 60 countries, the congress run for 5 days and included 5 plenary lectures with internationally renowned scientists and 13 concurrent ... [more]
17 May 16IoB at the World Biomaterials Congress, Montreal
IoB will have a stand at the World Biomaterials Conference (WBC 2016, in Montreal. We will have a screen there where we plan to display some videos related with IoB activities/research. We will also be highlighting the participation of IoB members at the conference. [more]

April 2016

21 Apr 16Opening young minds to bioengineeringOpening young minds to bioengineering
A pioneering scheme called The Bioengineering Experience, developed for school children to explore advances in science, engineering and materials hosted a group of ten-year olds from St Joseph’s in the Park returning for their second visit to Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). Led by Dr Tina Chowdhury from ... [more]

March 2016

29 Mar 16'Bioengineering the Human Body: Organ on Chips?' by Prof. Donald Ingber, Wyss Institute
Bioengineering is set to change the future of medicine by applying leading edge engineering to solving health problems. We are proud to present a public lecture by the distinguished Harvard Professor Donald Ingber “The Next Technology Wave – Biologically Inspired Engineering”. He will talk about his work creating artificial human and ... [more]

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