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Professional Development Webinar with the Cheeky S 0 comments

by Laura McKiel
CBS-KSC is very excited to announce that we have organized a professional development webinar, targeted at biomedical students, with the Cheeky Scientist Association for more information about CSA, please visit https cheekyscientist...
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CBS Fall 2017 Newsletter 0 comments

by Todd Hoare
The latest edition of the CBS Newsletter is now available, with updates on the planning of CBS 2018 in Victoria, a summary of our 2017 meeting in Winnipeg, profiles of the new Board members, and updates from our always active student chapters...
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Call for Members - CBS Awards Committee 0 comments

by Todd Hoare
CBS is soliciting for members of our new standing Awards Committee, which will be responsible for promoting and adjudicating all our CBS awards including two new WBC 2016 Legacy Awards ...
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2nd Biomaterials Symposium of the Quebec Chapter 0 comments

by Caroline Loy
The Quebec City Chapter is organising its 2nd Symposium on October 27th. This symposium aims to provide a forum for learning and discussion related to the field of biomaterials and to stimulate communication within a multidisciplinary community of students, academics, clinicians, and industry representatives...
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Visible Light Responsive Hydrogel for Affinity-Controlled Long-Term Release of Glial Cell Line-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (GDNF) comments

by Brian Amsden Ronghui Qi
Optic neuropathy is a common cause of vision loss resulting from death of retinal ganglion cells due to insufficient blood flow, inflammation, infection or trauma...
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Investigation of Scaffold Processing Methods and Dynamic Seeding Techniques to Enhance Cell Infiltration in Decellularized Adipose Tissue Foams comments

by Lauren Flynn Marjorie Curet
Decellularized adipose tissue DAT foams have shown promise as a natural bioscaffolds for adipose-derived stem cell ASC delivery in soft tissue engineering applications 1 ...
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Sustained Co-delivery of Fibroblast Growth Factors from Poly(ester amide) Fibers for Building Stronger Vessels comments

by Somiraa Said
Therapeutic angiogenesis has emerged over the last few decades as a potential strategy to treat many ischemic vascular diseases1...
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Patterned and Photo-cross-linked Fibrous Scaffold Via Melt Electro-Writing comments

by Fei Chen
Melt electro-writing MEW enables the design and fabrication of micrometer-thin fibrous scaffolds with controllable architectures and patterns...
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Flexible and highly interconnected, multi-scale patterned chitosan porous membrane produced in situ from mussel shell to accelerate wound healing comments

by Mengqiu (Malcolm) Xing Gurankit Singh
We report a mussel shell-derived membrane with a multiscale ordered structure for wound dressing. As an ideal biologically derived dressing, it should be non-toxic and non-allergenic with an appropriate pore size to remove excess exudates...
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