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SCANBALT CAMPUS: A European model case for transnational and transsectoral institution building in education, research and development. Funding: Project part-financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) within the BSR INTERREG III B Neighbourhood Programme.

Regenerative Medicine & Nanotechnology in The Institute of Biomaterials Tampere University of Technology Tampere, Finland 4th of May 2006.

Bone Regeneration & Nanotechnology in The Institute of Biomaterials Tampere University of Technology Tampere, Finland 3rd of May 2006.

Multiscale and Functionally Graded Materials Conference(M&FGM2006)

Seppo Santavirta memorial symposium. 6th Annual Seminar of Excellence on Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials. Biomedicum, Helsinki, Finland. October 27th, 2005.

to the site of an EU-funded project "Chondral and Osseous Tissue Engineering". Tissue Engineering is a new multidisciplinary technology that combines the principles and developments made in cell biology, cell culture, materials science and clinical medicine for successful clinical generation of new tissues, regeneration of defective tissues or enhanced tissue healing. The project started 1st February 2001

T. Waris & N. Ashammakhi

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Torn part of knee prosthesis. It is not natural, not ideal. We try for better solution to treat cartilage defects using the technology of tissue engineering.
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