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FlandersBio & Centexbel to organize Biomedical Textile seminar

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FlandersBio and Centexbel join forces to organize a Biomedical Textile seminar focusing on 'Life Sciences & Textile Technology' collaborations. The main goal is to initiate cross-cluster interactions and to develop interdisciplinary research ideas leading to new innovations and valorisation opportunities.

For many years, textile materials are widely adopted in medical and surgical textiles. Nowadays new uses like biomedical implantable materials, drug release systems, smart textiles & diagnostics, etc. provide valuable solutions over the borders of a specific research field.

The programme of "Biomedical Textiles: innovations & novel applications" highlights 3 areas of collaboration:

• Diagnostics & Smart Textiles
• Drug Support & Release Systems and
• Implants, Scaffolds & Biopolymers.

Via the 'getting connected' formula', participants will get the opportunity to present their company and to discuss current needs and possible collaborations. Through a cross-border collaboration, the presence of a broad area of related expertise will be ensured and industrial and research partners from Belgium as well as neighboring countries will be present.

Date: Thursday, June 03, 2010 (08:30h - 17:00h)
Location: VBO, Ravensteinstraat 4, 1000 Brussel.

FlandersBio


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