TERM STEM 2015

last updated: 2015-05-08
From: 2015-06-29
To: 2015-07-03

TERM STEM 2015
Vila Flor Cultural Centre (CCVF), Guimarães, Portugal

02 | 03 JULY 2015

This is a series of events organized by 3B’s Research Group team that intends to make a stand in the worldwide range of conferences in the field. A range of world scientific leaders will be meeting and presenting their latest research, covering the most relevant topics related to Stem Cells and Nanotechnology and their uses in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine. The meeting will be organized in a Gordon Research Conference style. In addition, besides a cutting edge scientific program in the field of Nanotechnology and Stem Cells applied to Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, we have included a dynamic social program that will allow an informal interaction between participants and a delightful experience in this beautiful historical city of Guimarães.

 

The POLARIS Conference
Challenges in Nanomedicine and Regenerative Medicine
Vila Flor Cultural Centre (CCVF), Guimarães, Portugal
29 June | 01 July 2015

This conference will address the latest research and advances in this increasingly multidisciplinary field by means of joining together leading scientists (with very strong research publication and funding records, and a large experience on high-level university education) in their respective participation topic. The aim is to promote knowledge transfer and a successful scientific/technological dialogue between young researchers and experienced ones. This event will be organized very similar to GRCs to encourage open communication and to establish a good, direct communication between scientists working in the same subject area or in complementary research fields. The broad spectrum of sub-themes that are related with the field of NanoMedicine (detailed in the website) and that will be included in the conference program requires a larger number of participants.



Managing Intellectual Property and Innovation

last updated: 2015-03-05
From: 2015-03-16
To: 2015-03-17
Managing Intellectual Property and Innovation

Grupo 3B’s promove curso de formação na área da Propriedade Intelectual


Grupo de Investigação 3B’s – Biomateriais, Biodegradáveis e Biomiméticos da Universidade do Minho, dirigido pelo professor Rui L. Reis, organiza nos próximos dias 16 e 17 de março um curso de formação na área da Propriedade Intelectual (PI). A iniciativa tem lugar no auditório do AvePark – Parque de Ciência e Tecnologia, em Guimarães.

 

Este curso realiza-se no âmbito do Projecto Europeu FP7 REGPOT – POLARIS “Unlocking the research potential of 3Bs Group, in Nanomedicine field to strengthen its competitive position at the European level”.

 

O principal foco do curso é a Gestão da Propriedade Intelectual e Inovação, incluindo todos os aspetos de leis internacionais relacionadas com PI, as diferentes formas de proteção da PI, o empreendedorismo e as várias estratégias de inovação para conseguir explorar comercialmente os desenvolvimentos científicos. Adicionalmente, será discutido o papel da PI na exploração comercial dos desenvolvimentos gerados pela investigação, com enfâse particular na área biomédica.


Palestrantes convidados:

- Anabela Carvalho (Patents.pt, Portugal)

- Aude Gabrielsen (UPIN – Universidade do Porto Inovação, Portugal)

- Carlos Faro (Biocant, Portugal)

- Dina Chaves (Clarke-Modet & Cº, Portugal)

- Inês Silva (INPI – Instituto Nacional da Propriedade Industrial, Portugal)

- Justin Wilson (Withers & Rogers LLP, Reino Unido)

- Marco Dinis (INPI – Instituto Nacional da Propriedade Industrial, Portugal)

- Nuno Lourenço (Clarke-Modet & Cº, Portugal)

- Peter Villax (Pharma and I&PD – Hovione, Portugal)

- Giovanni Arca (EPO – European Patent Office, Alemanha)

- Stella Fletcher (Bial, Portugal)

 

Para registo e mais informações, dirija-se, por favor, ao site ipcourse.projectpolaris.eu.

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Gabinete de Comunicação, Informação e Imagem

Universidade do Minho

Tel.: (+351) 253601109 /25 /28 | 961766329

Fax: (+351) 253601105

E-mail: gcii@reitoria.uminho.pt



3B’s Family Day

last updated: 2013-10-04
Date: 2013-10-05

It will be an informal gathering of 3B's Professors, Researchers, Technicians and their families. The idea would be have a visit to 3B's with Activities for kids ("Hands on"), during the morning, followed by a lunch, where each family would bring their speciality to share with everyone.



3rd Meeting ICVS/3B's

last updated: 2013-06-18
From: 2013-06-28
To: 2013-06-28
3rd Meeting ICVS/3B's

3rd ICVS/3B's - Associate Laboratory Meeting, scheduled to the 28th of June hosted at the ICVS premises in Braga.

The main aim of the meeting is to explore the collaborative research opportunities at the various interfaces of the ICVS/3B's Associate Laboratory. 



3rd 3B’s Symposium on Biomaterials and Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine

last updated: 2013-05-20
Date: 2013-05-22

The 3rd 3B’s Symposium on Biomaterials and Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine will be held on May 22 in our auditorium.

This event will be attended by researchers of the 3B’s group and by some undergraduate students from the master courses of Biomedical Engineering and Polymer Engineering. 

This symposium is part of the 3B’s group training/educational activities and it acts also as an internal forum for sharing and discussing topics related with our scientific interests. The program will be divided in four blocks:

            - Stem cells and biological aspects in regenerative medicine;

            - Biomaterials: from nano to macro;

            - Using natural-based biomaterials in case studies of Tissue Engineering;

            - Creative thinking.



TERM STEM 2013 & 1st POLARIS Workshop

last updated: 2019-03-20
From: 2013-10-07
To: 2013-10-12
TERM STEM 2013 & 1st POLARIS Workshop

TERM STEM 2013
Nanotechnology as a Tool for improving Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
Porto Palácio Congress Hotel & Spa, Porto, Portugal
10 | 12 October 2013

This is a series of events organized by 3B’s Research Group team that intends to make a stand in the worldwide range of conferences in the field. A range of world scientific leaders will be meeting and presenting their latest research, covering the most relevant topics related to Stem Cells and Nanotechnology and their uses in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine. The meeting will be organized in a Gordon Research Conference style. In addition, besides a cutting edge scientific program in the field of Nanotechnology and Stem Cells applied to Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, we have included a dynamic social program that will allow an informal interaction between participants and a delightful experience in this beautiful historical city of Porto.

 

POLARIS 1st Workshop
Nanosystems for Medicine: fundamentals, synthesis & applications
Porto Palácio Congress Hotel & Spa, Porto, Portugal
7 | 9 October 2013

This workshop is being organized on the scope of the European FP7 REGPOT project entitled POLARIS: Unlocking the research potential of 3Bs Group, University of Minho, in Nanomedicine field to strengthen its competitive position at the European level. This workshop will focus the materials structuring at the nanoscale emphasising NanoMedicne as an application field. A range of world scientific leaders will meet and present their latest research on a range of topics such as self-assembly, self-organization, nanoparticles and chemical synthesis. This a very restricted event (about 50 attendees) that targets strengthening the research potential of a specific region and in specific research topic.



Multi-scale Biological Modalities for Physiological Human Articulation - 1st Summer School on Stem cells and tissue engineering

last updated: 2013-03-20
From: 2013-03-20
To: 2013-03-23
Multi-scale Biological Modalities for Physiological Human Articulation - 1st Summer School on Stem cells and tissue engineering

1st Summer School on Stem cells and tissue engineering

20th to 23rd of March 2012 (4 lecture days)

3B’s Research Group – AvePark, Caldas das Taipas, Guimarães, Portugal

Chairman: Rui L. Reis - 3B’s Research Group, University of Minho, Guimarães, Portugal
Co-Chairs:
Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann - MIRALab, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
Joaquim Miguel Oliveira - 3B’s Research Group, University of Minho, Guimarães, Portugal

 

 



2nd 3B’s Symposium on Biomaterials and Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine

last updated: 2013-03-11
Date: 2012-01-06
2nd 3B’s Symposium on Biomaterials and Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine
The 2nd 3B’s Symposium on Biomaterials and Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine will take place on the 6th January 2012 in our auditorium.

This event will be attended by researchers of the 3B’s group and by undergraduate students from the master courses of Biomedical Engineering and Polymer Engineering .

This symposium is part of the 3B’s group training/educational activities and will be divided in three main blocks:

  • Stem cells and biological aspects in regenerative medicine;
  • Biomaterials and constructs in tissue engineering;
  • Nanobiomaterials and nanomedicine.


1st 3B’s Symposium on Biomaterials and Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine

last updated: 2013-03-04
From: 2011-04-07
To: 2011-04-08
1st 3B’s Symposium on Biomaterials and Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine

The 1st 3B’s symposium on biomaterials and stem cells in regenerative medicine will take place on the 7th and 8th April in the auditorium of the 3B’s Research Group building (AvePark). This symposium is part of the 3B’s group training/educational activities, including the PhD program on Tissue Engineering, Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cells and the PhD program on Biomedical Engineering. The program will be composed by four parts: (i) a comprehensive presentation on bibliometrics and publishing strategy in TE&RM (ii) oral presentations on the topic “Stem cells and biological aspects in regenerative medicine”; (iii) oral presentations on the topic “Biomaterials and constructs in tissue engineering”; (iv) two plenary presentations from international speakers.



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