A productive workshop in Sheffield
The second 3DbioNet workshop took place in Sheffield on the 6th of June 2019, hosted by John Haycock and the University of Sheffield. The day combined lectures, technology highlights, an early career researcher led speed-dating session, the launch of our first call for pump prime grants, small group brain storming on 3DbioNet challenges, and poster sessions culminating with the announcement of poster prizes (1st Joseph Leedale; 2nd, Amy Harding; 3rd Lynne Bingle). We thank our sponsors (Manchester Biogel, Merck, the National Measurement Laboratory, the Electrospinning company) and all the speakers, poster presenters and attendees who contributed to the success of the meeting.
Kicking off the @3DbioNet meeting in Sheffield with an introduction from Raphael Levy – looking forward to hearing about exciting new advances in 3D Biology! #3DBioNet @NC3Rs pic.twitter.com/i1rwOQ7tHP— Sam Jackson (@DocSamJ) June 6, 2019
Comparison of hepatocytes in 2D and 3D. Interesting talk on taking university research to industry by Stefan Przyborski #3dbionet pic.twitter.com/GBCFP14D8V— Jonathan Temple (@Jonathan_T_3D) June 6, 2019
First question to Stefan about the challenge of commercialisation.— (((Raphael Levy))) (@raphavisses) June 6, 2019
Second one about the difficulty of skin models.#3DBionet pic.twitter.com/d4e2v4i7FJ
IBIN represented by @Femtoscopist at the @3DbioNet meeting in Sheffield.— IBIN (@3DBioImaging) June 6, 2019
Sign-up 👉 https://t.co/c6QOf7Cpj0#Biophysics #Imaging #3DbioNet pic.twitter.com/4G74EOKiAI
Poster session @3DbioNet #3dbionet – plenty of discussion pic.twitter.com/ATGBlnsYB5— (((Raphael Levy))) (@raphavisses) June 6, 2019
Fascinating talk from Claire Lewis. Perivascular macrophages play a huge role in tumour development and progression! #3dbionet pic.twitter.com/SSvJKNKCXE— Jonathan Temple (@Jonathan_T_3D) June 6, 2019
Mehri Behbehani answering questions on translation of electrospun biomaterials to the clinic at #3dbionet workshop in Sheffield today @3DbioNet pic.twitter.com/GT4Nwi7SLM— Electrospinning Co (@Electrospinner) June 6, 2019
Now @DocSamJ of @NC3Rs explaining the ethical and public demands for research aimed at reducing animal use & the relevance #3dbionet— 3DbioNet (@3DbioNet) June 6, 2019
Funding opportunities via newsletter & website.
Evita Ning from uni Portsmouth taking questions after talk on 3D printing of complex scaffolds.— 3DbioNet (@3DbioNet) June 6, 2019
Chaired by Adedamola Olayanju. #3dbionet pic.twitter.com/fZ76mUiC7U
@lauraruizcantu presents her work on high throughput testing of bioinks for 3D printing— 3DbioNet (@3DbioNet) June 6, 2019
Example : 3D printing of dermal implant #3dbionet pic.twitter.com/NIzTlTAE5u
@da40cambs introducing embryonic organoids: #gastruloids#3dbionet pic.twitter.com/bsp03NxsWZ— 3DbioNet (@3DbioNet) June 6, 2019
Last talk today @DrAdamGlen— 3DbioNet (@3DbioNet) June 6, 2019
"You have to cut things to see through"
=> CT with lanthanide tracers.#3dbionet pic.twitter.com/A46sc9qkeY
The winners of the poster prizes last week were Joe Leedale @livunimaths, @AmyLeighHardin1 and Lynne Bingle @ShefDentistry ; presented by @MarianneJEllis pic.twitter.com/P9Fp4Td1t8— 3DbioNet (@3DbioNet) June 11, 2019
Concluding remarks from a great day in Sheffield! #3dbionet pic.twitter.com/fkfIuvm9uM— Jonathan Temple (@Jonathan_T_3D) June 6, 2019