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World AIDS Day – 1st December 2021

December 1st is the annual World AIDS Day, an important event to reflect on the worlds response to AIDS and to recognise efforts to raise awareness, reduce stigma, and improve access to treatment along with HIV prevention. For information on HIV and where to get tested in the UK please refer to the NHS website. … Read more

Involvement of women living with HIV in research lecture – 8th December 2021

Women living with HIV are under-represented in research, yet studies such as the Invisible No Longer project led by Sophia Forum and Terrence Higgins Trust indicate women do want to participate. Meaningful involvement of women living with HIV in research leads to better outcomes, both in upholding the right to participation and in the quality … Read more

Do the right thing! Stay Well, Stay Safe.

BioTrib says please ensure you do the right thing and follow the COVID guidelines, whilst we are unsure of the new SARS-Cov-2 strain, Omicron.

Road to BioTrib: Power of partnership

We all are the travellers of this wonderful world travelling through time and space till the end of our life. We have ups and down in life just like a sine curve. Every day we are growing up through learning new knowledge and skills. Although we have best set of skills, sometimes we get lost, … Read more

International Day of LGBTQIA+ People in STEM

November 18 is the International Day of LGBTQIA+ People in STEM, an opportunity to celebrate diversity within the BioTrib community and wider STEM fields! In parallel to outputting cutting edge biotribology and medical device research, BioTrib celebrates diversity within our worldwide community by endeavoring to use the resources and influence of BioTrib to advocate for … Read more

Research Showcase: Ada Lovelace

Celebrating women in STEM and their contributions to range of cutting edge research and innovation from Emmy Noether, whose theorem provides a link between symmetry and conservation laws, to Professor Gilbert who holds the Saïd Professorship of Vaccinology and is the lead developer of the Oxford AZ Vaccine. Read more on the contribution of early stage female researchers to current challenges in healthcare technology in the link below – a resource developed the early stage researchers at the Nu-Spine ETN.

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Nu-Spine Female Early Stage Researchers at Uppsala University, ETH Zurich and University of Leeds.