3DbioNet announced the #CollaborationChallenge, its first call for funding in January 2019. This is to facilitate new collaborations between partners. We received six applications and three of them will receive the award of upto £2000 upon completion of their project. The selection criteria for the award were the scientific excellence, the quality of the interdisciplinary collaboration and the fit with 3DbioNet’s remit. At least one … Continue reading Collaboration Challenge
The 3DbioNet team is inviting you to contribute articles for a special issue on the interdisciplinary challenges associated with the development and adoption of 3D microtissues. The special issue will be published in the Royal Society journal Interface Focus (information for authors). Read more about the scope of the special issue below. Conventional two-dimensional (2D) cell models are a poor representation of human tissue anatomy and physiology; … Continue reading Call for articles: special issue on 3D microtissues
3DbioNet wishes you a happy New Year 2019. 2019 will be our first year of operation, starting in one week with the launch workshop in Liverpool (14-15/01/2019). Registrations are now closed. Whether you join us or not, we hope you contribute to the discussions via social media, including comments on this blog and posts on Twitter #3DbioNet. Continue reading One week to go before we launch
Nature Methods has selected Organoids as their method of the year 2017 for: … their immense potential as tools to study human biology in health and disease. You can find the collection of article here and the Editorial here. Continue reading Organoids: 2017 method of the year.
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