The European Research Council (ERC), created by the European Commission and that attributes the most prestigious scientific projects in Europe, is celebrating its 10th Anniversary. In this context, it is organizing from 13th to 17th of March the “ERC Week”, encouraging the institutions beneficiaries of ERC Grants to organize national and/or local events to promote Science and Innovation obtained through ERC funding.
For more information about The PhD programme on Tissue Engineering, Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cells (TERM&SC) go to http://termsc.3bs.uminho.pt/content/fellowships
For more information about The PhD programme on Advanced Therapies for Health (PATH) go to http://path.3bs.uminho.pt/programme-requirements
For more information go to http://forecast.3bs.pt/#positions
Extended Deadline: May 6th, 2016
Marie Skłodowska Curie Innovative Training Network ‘Tendon Therapy Train’ (H2020-MSCA-ITN- 2015 / #676338) is a research, training and innovation programme that will exploit recent advances in modular engineering to develop novel advanced therapy medicinal products for human and equine tendon repair and regeneration. The network comprises of seven academic institutes, seven companies and two hospitals from six European countries (Ireland, Greece, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Portugal and France).
Rui L. Reis confirmed as World President of TERMIS (International Society for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine) from 2016 until 2018.
Rui L. Reis also distinguished as International Fellow of TERMIS during Society's World Conference in Boston early September.
The Award “Príncipe da Beira” Biomedical Sciences, established by Dom Manuel II Foundation (Portugal), represented by H.R.H. the Duke of Bragança, in cooperation with the University of Minho and the Municipality of Guimarães, aims primarily to distinguish the excellence in Research and contribute to widening the frontiers of applied research and ethics in Science. [EN]
[Prof. João F. Mano has received a prestigious Advanced Investigator Grant from the European Research Council (ERC), to develop radically innovative strategies, combining hierarchically organised multifunctional biomaterials and cells, to promote the autonomous regeneration of human tissues. ERC Advanced Grants allow exceptional established research leaders of any nationality and any age to pursue ground-breaking, high-risk projects that open new directions in their respective research fields or other domains.]
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