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Congratulations to Paul for his VENI!

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Congratulations to Paul for his VENI!

Veni is part of the Dutch science organization Talent Scheme. Veni is aimed at excellent researchers who have recently obtained their doctorate. Researchers in the Talent Scheme are free to submit their own subject for funding, which are encouraged to be curiosity-driven and innovative research.

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Interreg Project BONE starts in Paris

Eight European companies and research institutes have teamed up in the innovative research project ‘’BONE: Bio-fabrication of Orthopaedics in a New Era’’. BONE is financed by the Interreg NWE programme, a cross-border partnership that is financially supported by the European Fund for Regional Development. This European transnational consortium led by Maastricht University (UM) will spend the next four years developing innovative bone implants.

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Dynamic Materials for Biofabrication

As our tissues and organs change dynamically in time in response to stimuli from the surounding environment in our body, biomaterials used to create scaffolds for the regeneration of such tissues and organs should mimic this dynamicity.

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Inaugural Lecture Lorenzo

On October 6th, Lorenzo delivered his inaugural lecture as he became at the beginning of 2016 professor in Biofabrication for Regenertive Medicine at Maastricht University.

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Biofabrication Program at Brightlands

This year a new research program on biofabrication has started as a consequence of a strong partnership between the biofabrication group at the MERLN Institute for Technology-Inspired Regenerative Medicine of Maastricht University and the Brightlands Materials Center.

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Published on: August 9, 2017
Category: Events

The Dutch science foundation selects researchers based on the quality of the researcher, the innovative character of the research, the expected scientific impact of the research proposal and the possibilities for knowledge use. The proposal of Paul, wihich aims at developing a 3D in vitro model to study the innervation of tissues through biofabrication technologies, has been selected among other 153, with a success rate of 14% approximately.

We are very proud of the success of Paul and looking forward to continue collaborating with him!

For more information:

https://www.nwo.nl/en/news-and-events/news/2017/154-researchers-who-recently-obtained-their-doctorate-receive-a-veni-grant-worth-250000-euros.html

and

https://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/news/five-veni-grants-um-researchers