Professor Kenny Dalgarno is interviewed by 3DMedNet on 3D printing Managing expectations, discovering new applications and developing new technology. He discusses his work with Arthritis Research UK, development of a revolutionary method of 3D bioprinting and the road ahead to commercializing 3D printing and bioprinting.
At the ICRO/SEEFORT (South Eastern Europe Forum on Orthopaedics and Traumatology) Conference to be held in Dubrovnik, Croatia from 27th- 29th April 2017, Professor James Richardson will give a lecture as part of the theme ‘Translating basic science into clinical practice’ His talk is entitled ‘Rebuilding the knee, hip and ankle with cells rather than […]
Professor James Richardson gave a lecture on cultured stem cell and chondrocyte therapies to a group of patients, physiotherapists and surgeons at Leukerbad, a clinic in Switzerland in January, 2017.
Dr Fran Henson contributed to the Cambridge Science Festival on 25th March 2017 by giving a talk entitled “Keeping horses running- the use of translation medicine innovation in equine practice”
Dr Fran Henson gave a talk entitled “Pre-clinical testing of collagen based materials for orthopaedic use” at the Cambridge Advanced Materials Network event on 24th March 2017
Professor Kenny Dalgarno will give a talk on April 7th 2017 at 17.30 entitled “3D Bone printing for bone repair and regeneration” at the Great North Museum, Newcastle, as part of a series of talks to complement a Bone Exhibition at the museum.