This year's conference of the European Society of Biomechanics will take place at the University of Vienna, on July 7th-10th. Scientists across all career stages are welcome to submit their abstracts for a talk or poster presentation until January 31st.
In a recent study, published in ACTA Biomaterialia, scientists from the LBI Trauma succeeded in the homogenous recellularization of cartilage with an intact collagen structure. Instead of hyaline cartilage, they used auricular cartilage of bovine origin.
In his thesis “Endothelial cells
and their molecular functions in angiogenesis and vascularization”, Wolfgang Holnthoner
describes the role of endothelial cells in the formation and growth of blood
and lymphatic vessels.
The photo-induced degradation process enables the engraving of three-dimensional structures into hydrogels. Scientists from TU Vienna developed a way to improve hydrogel sensitivity, thus greatly enhancing the efficiency of two-photon micropatterning.
This is a great opportunity for students to get first-hand insights
in performing preclinical (in vitro and in vivo) models as well as in vivo
imaging. Participants are also invited to present posters on the workshop’s