News and events
Article about work iTERM fellow in Polish popular science magazine
Fellow Jakub Zimoch (UZH Zürich) published an article about his work on artificial skin substitutes in the June edition of the largest popular science magazine in Poland, Wiedza i Zycie.
Fellows organise satellite symposium on imaging strategies in tissue engineering
Fellow Simone Mastrogiacomo explains his project to public at Open Days "Europe around the corner", Novio Tech Campus in Nijmegen (The Netherlands)
On 13 May, Novio Tech Campus (NTC) in Nijmegen was one of the locations that could be visited during the Open days "Europe around the corner". During these open days, the public could visit projects “around the corner” that are (partly) funded with European grants. As the department of Biomaterials of RadboudUMC is currently located at the NTC, iTERM fellow Simone Mastrogiacomo participated in the Open Days event. He developed educative activities for children aimed to explain the anatomical structure of human teeth, the main cells that are present in the teeth and in the bone and their main function. In this context, he was able to describe the overall goals of his work in the iTERM project, i.e. enhance visualization of these structures in relation to future diagnostic and therapeutic treatments in dental and orthopedic medicine.
Fellows participate in Open Day Festival of Science in Warsaw, Poland
On 19 September 2015, iTERM fellows Simone Mastrogiacomo, Panagiota Papageorgiou, Nehar Çelikkin, Alexander Haumer and Weiqiang Dou attended the open day for the Warsaw community. This open day was organized as part of the Festival of Science in Warsaw, Poland.The fellows explained the advantages and importance of custom-made, patient-specific, 3D printed medical devices to the Warsaw families visiting the event. The fellows focused on the mechanism behind the 3D printing and the possible future application of 3D printing technology, and printed 3D structures such as ear, nose, and jaw in-situ. Fellows also explained what are hydrogels, why they are important in medicine and how they work. They received enthusiastic reactions from the Polish public.
German newspaper article about Peter Janke's work
An article about Peter Janke's work on development of artificial tissue to heal damaged urological tissue appeared on 12 August 2015 in Die Rheinische Post, a German regional newspaper for Nordrhein-Westfalen.
iTERM meeting in Hull, UK
On 18 and 19 June, all fellows and supervisors met in Hull to present their updates on the work. In the days preceding the meeting, the fellows followed a workshop on In Vivo imaging technologies, as well as a course on MR safety, organised by MR:comp.
iTERM mentioned in story on MultiTERM project on H2020 website
3 November 2014
iTERM is mentioned in a story on the MultiTERM project which has been published on the Horizon 2020 website, in the Projects Stories section at http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en/news/tissue-engineering-smart-skin-and-bone-substitutes
iTERM meeting at Uppsala University, Sweden
On 14 October 2014, all fellows and supervisors met in Uppsala, Sweden for a dynamic exchange of project information.
iTERM meeting at Radboudumc, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
The first iTERM network meeting was held at the Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, The Netherlands on March 14, 2014. Twelve fellows and their supervisors attended the meeting. On the days preceding the meeting, the fellows followed several courses and workshops.