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Welcome To The Canadian Biomaterials Society!

The Canadian Biomaterials Society (CBS) is an incorporated, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the development of biomaterials science, technology, and education in Canadian universities, industry, and government. Become a member to get access to a variety of online member resources and student/post-doctoral fellow awards!

La Société canadienne des biomatériaux (SCB) est un organisme à but non lucratif constitué en société qui se consacre au développement de la science, de la technologie et de l'éducation en matière de biomatériaux au Canada. Devenez membre pour bénéficier de l’ensemble des informations du site et des bourses distribuées aux étudiants membres pour participer aux congrès.

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Quebec Student Chapter Seminar On March 23rd (0 comments)

2017-03-17 06:27:13 by Caroline Loy

Quebec city student chapter is hosting a seminar of Prof. Catherine Le Visage.

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BioMat Connect 2017 (March 20): Alberta Student Ch (0 comments)

2017-03-08 11:12:42 by Manoj Parmar

Hello everyone We are pleased to announce our biggest event of this academic year BioMat Connect 2017 - Biotech Careers Mixer. Why attend BioMat Connect? Connect with researchers and professionals of the health, biotech and biomaterials community...

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Kingston Student Chapter Seminar (0 comments)

2017-03-07 07:59:41 by Laura McKiel

We are excited to announce our first seminar speaker, Dr. Laura Wells She will be discussing her research in opthalmic drug delivery and the associated challenges. The seminar will take place Wednesday March 15, 2017 at 1 30 pm in the Charles Sorbie Conference Room of the HMRC...

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Quebec Student Chapter Seminar on March 6th (0 comments)

2017-02-28 06:59:39 by Caroline Loy

Quebec city student chapter is hosting a seminar of Prof. Yang Ke.

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