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WBC2020 Travel Award 0 comments

by Nima Khadem Mohtaram
CBS is pleased to offer travel awards to assist students and post-doctoral fellows who are CBS members to present their accepted oral or poster abstracts at the 11th World Biomaterials Congress this May in Glasgow, Scotland...
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Fall 2019 CBS Newsletter 0 comments

by Todd Hoare
The Fall 2019 edition of the CBS Newsletter is now available. Read about the latest initiatives from CBS, look back at the Quebec City CBS Annual Meeting and look ahead to WBC 2020 coming up this May in Glasgow, find out more about our very active student chapters across the country, meet the new CBS Senior Board Members and President-Elect, and learn more about the many award opportunities provided by CBS...
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CBS representatives at IUS-BSE (2020-2024) 0 comments

by Nima Khadem Mohtaram
It is my pleasure to announce that Dr. Sophie Lerouge and Dr. Lauren Flynn have been elected by board of directors as CBS representatives for the IUS-BSE for the period of 2020-2024...
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Winner of CBS Service Award - Dr. Diego Mantovani 0 comments

by Nima Khadem Mohtaram
We are very pleased to inform you that Dr. Diego Mantovani has been selected by the Board of Directors of the Canadian Biomaterials Society CBS as the next recipient of the CBS Service Award, acknowledging his outstanding contributions to our Society...
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Engineering the heart: Evaluation of conductive nanomaterials for improving implant integration and cardiac function comments

by Mengqiu (Malcolm) Xing mohammad Ali darabi
Engineering cardiac tissues in vitro offers new perspectives for the therapy of myocardial infarction MI 1 ...
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Diels-Alder “click” crosslinked polymer scaffolds within calcium alginate templated beads comments

by S. Alison Stewart
Encapsulation of cells within semi-permeable polymer hydrogels is a promising approach for the treatment of hormone or enzyme-deficiency disorders...
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A Synthetic Blood Clot that Forms in Response to Numerous Specific Stimuli comments

by Christian Kastrup
Creating smart materials that form in response to environmental cues will require strategies for detecting an onslaught of diverse molecules, materials, and cells, and responding to a specific subset...
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Phosphonium Containing Hydrogels for Controlled Drug Delivery comments

by Elizabeth Gillies Tristan Harrison
Modern medicine relies on the efficient delivery of drugs to treat infections and diseases. Ideally, these drugs should be administered at the exact concentration needed, target the affected area only and not harm healthy cells or tissues...
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Fabrication and Characterization of an Artificial Mucus Layer for Mammalian-Microbial Co-Culture comments

by Brendan Leung Andy Huang
The human mucosal layer is known to play a crucial role in maintaining health and providing protection to the epithelium...
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  • Sabrine MESSAOUDI: Progress toward absorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination, and toxicity of DNA nanostructures
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  • Thomas Willett: A linear systems model of the hydrothermal isometric tension test for assessing collagenous tissue quality
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