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ReBioStentReinforced Bioresorbable Biomaterials for Therapeutic Drug Eluting Stents

The main aim of the ReBioStent project is the production of biodegradable and biocompatible resorbable stents using highly INNOVATIVE, NOVEL, and MULTIFUNCTIONAL materials to overcome the shortcomings of the currently available stents

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ReBioStent Special Session at the UKSB 2016 in London

The 15th annual Conference UK Society for Biomaterials will take place 30 June – 1 July. Venue: Regent Street Cinema, University of Westminster, London This year there will be a special session dedicated to Professor Larry Hench; a session... 
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ReBioStent Special Session at ESB2015, Krakow, Poland

ESB2015, the 27th European Conference on Biomaterials, will be held in Krakow, Poland from 30th August to 3rd September 2015. This regular meeting of the European Society for Biomaterials will enable scientists and engineers from different disciplines to discuss... 
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ReBioStent project meeting, Stoke-on-Trent, UK

This is the 6th plenary meeting, taking place 6-7 May 2015 in Stoke-on-Trent in UK. The meeting mainly focused on preparation for the review in July and reviewing achievements on material developments.  Important was also to agree on objectives... 
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ReBioStent consortium met in Bochum, Germany

ReBioStent consortium met in Bochum, Germany, where important meetings for the project took place. On 25th February the consortium held a seminar to develop the best Exploitation Strategy for the project results, organised by the European Commission and lead... 
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1st International Workshop on Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment, 10 Nov 2014, Turin, Italy

This workshop is related to nano-medicine tools for early cancer detection and advanced treatment, as well as to the application of novel materials with improved properties for the design of such therapeutic tools. More info here…-> 
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ReBioStent project meeting in Turin, October 2014

ReBioStent consortium met for the 4th project plenary meeting in Turin, Italy, on the 15th to 16th October 2014, at Politecnico di Torino’s premises. In addition to the project participants, also the Project Technical Advisor Dr. Wilhelm Engström attended... 
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Press Release January 2014

Arterius Limited wins EU grant Arterius Limited has been awarded a research grant from the European Union (Seven Frame work Programme, FP7) for a collaborative project to develop the next generation of biodegradable coronary stent for the treatment of coronary artery disease. The project started in January 2014 with fourteen members collaborating on... 
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Re-Biostent Flyer

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MSE Conference, 23-25 September 2014

Biomaterials of Natural Origin and their Medical Applications Biomaterials are the core requirement in a lot of medical applications including the generation of scaffolds for tissue engineering, implants, controlled drug delivery and production of specialised surgical tools such as... 
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ReBioStent Project meeting in Spain, July 2014

ReBioStent consortium met for the third project plenary meeting in Bilbao, Spain, on the 10th to 11th July 2014, at TEKNIKER’s premises. The team had the chance to see some of the most advanced technology TEKNIKER’s technological centre is... 
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