6 December 2018

The Netherlands society for Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering aims to promote the interests of biomaterials science and tissue engineering in the Netherlands and to stimulate cooperation between universities, institutions and industries in these domains.

At the annual meeting of the society, Willeke Daamen, theme Reconstructive and regenerative medicine, was elected as secretary of the board.

For more information about the NBTE, please visit www.nbte.nl


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