RESTORE member Stina Simonsson gave a talk at the TERMIS-EU 2019 meeting in Rhodes in Greece. The title of her talk was 3D bioprinting iPSCs to recapitulate human limb bud development -an Osteoarthritis disease model. Next EU TERMIS meeting will take place on 26-29 May in Manchester in the UK. The theme of the meeting in … Continue reading RESTORE at TERMIS-EU 2019 Meeting
Several RESTORE partners attended NanoMedEurope 2019 in Braga, Portugal (http://www.nme19.eu/). Bruno Sarmento from INEB introduced RESTORE project in a session with other nanomedicine projects, while RESTORE partners contributed with oral talks and posters from their research activities. NanoMedEurope 2019 and the General Assembly of the European Technology Platform in Nanomedicine were co-organized by ETPN and … Continue reading RESTORE partners participated in NanoMedEurope 2019 in Braga
The consortium partners Adj. Prof. Gabriela Lorite and Prof. Simo Saarakkala were interviewed regarding the synergy of RESTORE and MIRACLE projects (http://miracleproject.eu/), both funded by H2020 framework research program of the European Comission. The interview resulted in a press release by University of Oulu entitled “New measuring technique and better care for joint cartilage damage … Continue reading RESTORE project in the news!
Adj. Prof. Gabriela Lorite, Dr. Lauriane Janssen and M.Sc. Hanna Kemppi from University of Oulu represented RESTORE consortium on June 12th-14th at Scandinavian Society for Biomaterials 2019 conference in Kirkkonummi, Finland. Scandinavian Society for Biomaterials (ScSB) organizes an annual conference in the Nordic and Baltic region for researchers and industrial partners working in biomaterials and … Continue reading RESTORE project presented at Scandinavian Society for Biomaterials 2019 conference
The kick-off meeting of RESTORE project took place on the 11th and 12th of February 2019 in Porto, Portugal, hosted by the project coordinator Meriem Lamghari (INEB). The Project officially started on January 1st 2019 with the collaboration of 10 partners from 8 European countries. During its 44 months’ (3,6 years) duration, the RESTORE project aims to … Continue reading RESTORE KICK-OFF MEETING
RESTORE was officially launched on January 1st 2019, having received 5.5 million euros of funding from the European Commission. This project aims to create 3D matrices incorporating smart nanomaterials to repair knee cartilage lesions thereby reducing or delaying the onset of osteoarthritis, which currently affects 242 million people worldwide. These matrices, explains Meriem Lamghari, researcher … Continue reading RESTORE is officially launched