From the 4th to the 8th of September the European Society of Biomaterials (ESB) hosted its 32nd conference at Palais des Congrès, in Bordeaux, France. ESRs André Plath (ETH Zürich) and Giulio Cavaliere (U. Uppsala) presented some of their current results in poster format during the conference.
“The conference was a great opportunity for networking and building a strong basis for future collaborations. The plenary talks were not only inspiring but represented the top-notch science being developed right now. It was also great to see a good mixture of academics and industries. I commend the ESB for also organizing lunches and talks with senior researchers, industrials, and editors.” says André.
”We met plenty of people working on similar projects and it was a great context to exchange ideas and get insightful feedbacks on my work. Being my first conference I also learnt a lot of useful skills on how to present my research. A lot of the plenary talks were more focus on tissues engineering so it was a good opportunity to expand my knowledge outside my research field” says Giulio
This article was written by André Plath and Giulio Cavaliere as part of a series articles curated by BioTrib’s Early Stage Researchers.
André is one of BioTrib’s Early Stage Researcher‘s who is investigating Boundary Lubrication of Fibrous Scaffolds at ETH Zürich, Switzerland.
Giulio Cavaliere is investigating Additively manufactured biodegradable alloys for bone replacement at Uppsala University, Sweden.