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bone-tec 2019

International Bone-Tissue-Engineering Congress

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  bone-tec 2010 Awards  
  bone-tec 2010 had the honour to provide a platform for some of the most outstanding young scientists in bone tissue engineering to present their excellent work.  
  As a way of recognition and encouragement we have presented three awards, namely
1) bone-tec Award for the Best Young Scientist
    (EUR 3,500 covering travelling and hotel expenses for scholarship)
2) INDENTE Award for the Best Oral Presentation (EUR 2,000)
3) INDENTE Award for the Best Poster Presentation (EUR 2,000)

We are pleased to announce the following winners:


1) Best Young Scientist
Guak-Kim Tan; Australia, The University of Queensland, AIBN Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, Brisbane
Title of presentation: "Human Knee Meniscal Cells: Characterization of Their Primary Culture and Response to Biomimetic Surfaces in 2D and 3D Growth Environments"

  Please click here to read Ms. Tan's report on her internship.  
  2) Best Oral Presentation
Dina Rittershaus, Germany, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Small Animal Clinic
Title of presentation: "Evaluation of Degradation Behaviour and Biocompatibility of the Magnesium Alloy Zek100 by Use of In-Vivo Micro Computed Tomography"
  3) Best Poster Presentation
Yuchun Liu; Singapore, National University of Singapore, BIOMAT, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
Title of presentation: "Coculture of Human Endothelial Progenitor Stem Cells and Bone Marrow-Derived Human Fetal Mesenchymal Stem Cells Potentiates Osteogenesis through Paracrine Activity in Vitro and Induces Neovasculogenesis within Tissue Engineered Bone Grafts in Vivo"
  Criteria for judging: please click here  


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