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UNISTEM Day annual event is designed for high school students, aiming to kindle their interest and potentially unveil a passion for science and scientific exploration through the lens of stem cell research topics and challenges. In this context, Nuria Torras from B-BRIGHTER project talked about 3D Bioprinting and tissue regeneration.
Last 11 of February, Nuria Torras, B-BRIGHTER researcher at the Institute of Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC), went to a school near Barcelona to explain her research and show that women can also be excellent scientists!
The Swedish online magazine Elektroniktidningen recently published an article about the B-BRIGHTER project.
B-BRIGHTER granted funding by the Strategic Mobility Program from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research
For two years, Gustaf Mårtensson, coordinator of B-BRIGHTER project at MYCRONIC, will spend part of his time working at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm studying bioprinting applications and technology development.
Last Wednesday took place at Mycronic, in Sweden, the kick-off meeting of the B-BRIGHTER project. Members of all partner institutions participated to lay the first stone of this exciting bioprinting project.