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Nanoengineering for Mechanobiology

Feb 1, 2022, 9:29:35 AM2/1/22
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Dear All,
The 2022 edition of Nanoengineering for Mechanobiology is approaching. For this year edition N4M is partnering with the University of Aachen and a brilliant group of students from the graduate school Mechanobiology in Epithelial 3D Tissue Constructs (MEƎT) has launched a very interesting and forward looking initiative:

It's Time for Translation!
Supporting translation from theoretical knowledge and experimental research to the actual clinical application.
During the sixth edition of the Nanoengineering for Mechanobiology conference, we will devote a special session to early-career scientists to present their ideas for translation. The researcher or the team with the strongest and most promising idea will receive an earmarked financial contribution to kick-start a project, laying the foundation to form a bench-to-bedside application.

Please do help us supporting their initiative, contribute to the crowd funding and share the message across your network:

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