We take nature as a source of endless inspiration for the development of novel classes of materials and processes, combining chemistry, materials science, and engineering tools.
Tissue engineering addresses the scarcity of tissues/organs available for repair and transplantation, by adopting multidisciplinary strategies permitting the ex-vivo creation of implantable hybrid constructs through the integration of biomaterials, therapeutic cells and physicochemical signals.
Our group focuses on the use of an interplay and cutting-edge nano- and micro-technologies for addressing a multitude of biomedical applications, including those in diagnostics and therapy.

How bioengineering could promote allograft acceptance? 🫀

Check out our latest review in @TrendsMolecMed ! @marianaoliveirb @joaofmano @COMPASS_RG

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We are pleased to announce our next guest, Prof. Pamela Habibovic. Prof. Habibovic will speak about the importance of inorganic biomaterials in tissue regeneration. Don't miss it, next Friday, 9 am Lisbon/London time. More info & register: https://t.co/5qTEFwL5F6

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