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.

Last day of the 2018 COMPASS Research Group Spring getaway photography exhibition by @pjolaranjeira
Congratulations to Margarida Costa and @Catia__Monteiro for winning the best "Out of the box" posters, and thank you everyone who came!


Proud to announce the photography exhibition (@pjolaranjeira) that captured some unique moments of the 2018 COMPASS Research Group Spring Getaway day using his film camera.
The exhibition will be open tomorrow (June 28th) 11am, building 29 (3rd floor). Everybody is welcome! :)

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