Professor Paul Genever organised a debate on the topic of Regenerative Medicine for the 2016 York Festival of ideas.
Professor Paul Genever of the University of York gave a talk about ‘New ways to replace old bones’ at the Pint of Science Festival. He discussed a new age of “Regenerative Medicine” to treat age-related disorders and the use of stem cells and tissue engineering to build new body parts, in particular new joints and […]
Prof McCaskie gave a talk relating to regenerative strategies in bone and joint repair at this outreach event on 12th April 2016. It featured many representatives from the Cambridge musculoskeletal service, representing rheumatology and orthopaedics.
Paul Genever took part in The National STEM Learning Centre which hosted a family friendly space themed ‘MEGA Jam’ which took place on Saturday 6 February 2016. He gave a talk on ‘The Human Body in Space’. This talk explored how space travel affects the tissues and organs of the human body. In particular, it […]
The Genever team presented an exhibit ‘Stem Cells’ at the Stargazing Live 2016 event at St Peter’s school, York, on Monday 11 January 2016. Nearly 500 York residents attended the event which included a public lecture with an exhibition at St Olave’s, as well as live stargazing with York Astronomical Society.
Professor McCaskie delivered a public lecture “From steel to stem cells – bone and joint repair and regeneration.” The lecture examined key advances in orthopaedic surgery by repairing or regenerating bone and joint tissues. It explored the progression from familiar materials currently used in joint replacement e.g. steel and plastic, towards advanced materials, molecules and […]