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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

CeMi Symposium: Laying a path for translation of academic research

On Wednesday 1st July, the CeMi held its first Symposium focusing on the translation of academic research. This one-day event had a range of speakers from academia and companies, as well as a keynote talk by Professor Jeffrey Hubbell from University of Chicago, titled: Engineering the matrix – from regeneration to cancer immunotherapy. The day

New Investigator Award for Dr Cristina Gonzalez Garcia

Congratulations to Dr. Cristina Gonzalez-Garcia who has been recently awarded the New Investigator Award from the EPSRC, as her first grant. This research project, in the area of Healthcare technologies, will aim to develop New bioactive polysaccharide-based hydrogels for growth factors delivery during tissue repair. A new postdoc and a PhD student will be recruited

Publication in Materials Today

Dr Kimia Witte has a paper accepted and published in Materials Today Bio journal. The paper looks at bacteria laden microgels as autonomous 3D environments for stem cell engineering and is a result of the research in the lab funded by EPSRC. You can read the full paper here.