- 16 November 2017
Congratulations to our PhD Arturo Jose Mendoza Meinhardt, who has won the prize for the best poster given at the 2017 Autumn Industrial Liaison Forum of the School of Engineering and Materials Science, Queen Mary University of London on November 12th, for his poster titled ‘Peptide Amphiphiles as a Platform for the Manipulation of Protein Conformation’.
- 30 June 2017
A US Patent has been assigned to Queen Mary University of London, listing Alvaro Mata and PhD Student Juan Pablo Aguilar as inventors. In particular, the invention relates to a method for manufacturing three-dimensional (3D) biomimetic scaffolds that employs electrical fields to pattern hydrogels with different molecules. The 3D biomimetic scaffold of the invention shows potential for
- 30 June 2017
Congratulations to our PhD Student Clara L. Hedegaard, who has won the prize for the best oral presentation given at the 2017 Biofabrication for Hierarchical in Vitro Tissue Models
ECI Conference in Schloss Hernstein, Hernstein, Austria June 5th – 9th! The title of Clara’s talk was “A self-assembly based supramolecular bioink with hierarchical control as a new bioprinting tool”.
- 10 May 2017
Clara L. Hedegaard, a PhD in the Mata Group, will present a poster on her recent research into “Combining self-assembly of hierarchical synthetic extracellular matrices with microscale control of bioprinting” at the TERMIS (Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society) European Chapter Meeting 2017 from 26 – 30 June, in Davos, Switzerland with the theme
- 9 January 2017
Our PhD student Sherif Elsharakawy has won the annual Royal Microscopical Society (RMS) Beginners’ Competition for his presentation entitled ‘Multiple Length-Scale Imaging of Biomimetic Hierarchical Mineralized Materials’. His research focuses on engineering protein-based membranes and gels with mineralizing domains in order to develop novel hierarchically ordered apatite crystals as a step towards dental enamel regeneration.
- 15 March 2016
An online news video showcasing our work been viewed over 500,000 views by the public! It reports our recently published work on dynamic self-assembly membranes that may soon provide a way to build artificial blood vessels for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.