Conference Program

POLARIS 1st Workshop Scientific Program

 - Accepted abstracts will published online on Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (TERM), by Wiley.


Nanotechnology as a Tool for improving Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

Porto Palácio Congress Hotel & Spa, Porto, Portugal
10 | 12 October 2013

This is a series of events organized by 3B’s Research Group team that intends to make a stand in the worldwide range of conferences in the field. A range of world scientific leaders will be meeting and presenting their latest research, covering the most relevant topics related to Stem Cells and Nanotechnology and their uses in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine. The meeting will be organized in a Gordon Research Conference style. In addition, besides a cutting edge scientific program in the field of Nanotechnology and Stem Cells applied to Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, we have included a dynamic social program that will allow an informal interaction between participants and a delightful experience in this beautiful historical city of Porto.

POLARIS 1st Workshop

Nanosystems for Medicine: fundamentals, synthesis & applications
Porto Palácio Congress Hotel & Spa, Porto, Portugal
7 | 9 October 2013

This workshop is being organized on the scope of the European FP7 REGPOT project entitled POLARIS: Unlocking the research potential of 3Bs Group, University of Minho, in Nanomedicine field to strengthen its competitive position at the European level. This workshop will focus the materials structuring at the nanoscale emphasising NanoMedicne as an application field. A range of world scientific leaders will meet and present their latest research on a range of topics such as self-assembly, self-organization, nanoparticles and chemical synthesis. This a very restricted event (about 50 attendees) that targets strengthening the research potential of a specific region and in specific research topic.


Meeting Chair 
Rui L. Reis 



Organized by
3B’s Research Group, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal


A member of PT Government Associate Laboratory ICVS/3B’s

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