On January 23rd, the European project TriAnkle held its first Open Exploitation and Innovation Workshop, organised by Cambridge Nanomaterials Techonology.
After the opening of the event, moderated by Bojan Boskovic, CEO of Cambridge Nanomaterials Techonology, Dr. Lluis Quintana, Corporate Director of Viscofan BioEngineering and coordinator of the TriAnkle project, explained how this regenerative medicine project is being developed within the bioengineering area of the Viscofan Group, an international leader in casings for meat products.
Experts from Barça Innovation Hub, Cellink and Gradocell among other professionals, gave presentations on innovation and sport, 3D printing technology, tissue bioprinting and regulatory issues.
Among the invited speakers, Deepak Kalaskar and Chaozong Liu, from University College London, spoke respectively on The bioprinting of tissues and The osteochondral scaffold for early repair of osteochondritis dissecans of Talus. Claire Brockett, from the University of Sheffield, participated with the talk: Biotribology and mechanics of natural and artificial ankle joints.
The event, held at the Clayton Hotel in Cambridge, was well attended by the public, who took advantage of the opportunity to create new business synergies.
Lluis Quintana, coordinator of the TriAnkle project: “We are considering 3D printing combined with growth factors that promote regeneration, including stem cells of adipose origin”
IM Médico, the digital media of reference among professionals and specialists in the area of health, has published an article on TriAnkle, in which the