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Vacancy: Research Assistant & PhD Student

Pathological conditions, including non-union bone defects, skin lesions, neurological disorders and inflammatory processes during cancer development are growing in occurrence due to an aging population. These problems are debilitating, costly and current approaches have limited success in alleviating suffering. The controlled delivery of biological molecules, such as growth factors (GFs) – proteins that orchestrate our

Mini-GLORI Symposium

In December we held a mini-GLORI symposium, bringing together the Centre and colleagues from the NHS, listening to a range of talks from our talented students. The talks ranged from bioengineering 3D microenvironments to study mechanotransduction and vascularization in bone regeneration; current research on the Sir Bobby Charlton Foundation Project from Simon Clarke, new Clinical

Taking ‘Materials Matter’ to Explorathon and Cell Block Science!

Claire, Virginia & Sofia took their ‘Materials Matter’ activities to The Forge Shopping centre as part of the annual Explorathon Extravaganza event. With over 200 kids and adults through the door of the busy shopping centre, the public had a choice of activities from feeling inside the mystery box for soft & hard tissue, feeling

An interview with Manuel & Matt

Posted from Find A Better Way official website: Nigel Ellway meets a couple of committed contributors to a humanitarian cause Written by Nigel Ellway It was Glasgow, it was raining, and I was having one of those conversations that you just have to tell someone about. Over coffee in the Joseph Black Building at Glasgow

Styli’s trip to Montreal, Canada!

My name is Styli and I am a 2nd year PhD student. From May to mid-August I embarked on a placement at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. My time in Montreal (including flights and accommodation) were generously supported by the University of Glasgow Mobility Fund.   I had a fantastic time in Montreal, so, when Claire


Congratulations to Oana, who was lead applicant in a successful application to EPSRC IAA for funds to look at the development of new bioinks for the efficient presentation of the growth factors for tissue engineering applications. Collaborating with CELLINK, and working with co-investigators Alex, Vineetha and Sara, the £11k funds awarded will fund 6 months