Luncheon Seminar

During the World Congress, there will be 15 free luncheon seminars available for participants to attend.

Registrants have two options for lunch with their lunch coupons:
  1. If you register for the luncheon seminar, a sandwich will be provided to you during the seminar.
  2. If you do not register for the luncheon seminar, you can use your meal coupons to have lunch at any of the restaurants inside or outside the convention center. (detailed information will be announced soon)

It is important that luncheon seminar applicants arrive at the conference hall before the on-site meeting begins with their valid meal coupon.
Please note that if you arrive late to the conference room, this application does not guarantee you a seat.
  • Luncheon Seminar 1 / SP-T14-0402 May 28 (Tue) 12:20~13:30 / Room 325-AB Meet editors related to biomaterials
    • Organizer
      Hyuk Sang Yoo
      Kangwon National University, Korea, Republic of
    • Chair
      Hyuk Sang Yoo
      Kangwon National University, Korea, Republic of
    • Co-chair
      Katja Schenke-Layland
      Eberhard Karls University Tubingen, Germany
    • Invited Speaker
      12:20~12:28
      Kam W. Leong
      Columbia University, USA
      Presentation Title : Biomaterials
    • Invited Speaker
      12:28~12:36
      Katja Schenke-Layland
      Eberhard Karls University Tubingen, Germany
      Presentation Title : Tissue Engineering Part C
    • Invited Speaker
      12:36~12:44
      Fan Yang
      Stanford University School of Medicine, USA
      Presentation Title : ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering
    • Invited Speaker
      12:44~12:52
      Byeongmoon Jeong
      Ewha Womans University, Korea, Republic of
      Presentation Title : Biomaterials Research
    • Invited Speaker
      12:52~13:00
      Michaela Muehlberg
      Royal Society of Chemstry (RSC), United Kingdom
      Presentation Title : Journal of Materials Chemistry (JMC) A/B/C

    This forum provides an opportunity for participants to engage with editors from prominent publications specializing in the disciplines of biomaterials, tissue engineering, and biomedical engineering. The editors provide a concise overview of three key aspects of the journal: 1) its scopes and purposes, 2) the peer review process and policy, and 3) the latest statistics pertaining to peer review and citation. Subsequently, all participants proceed to pose their queries to the editors concerning the procedures for submitting manuscripts and the subsequent review process. Therefore, this session has the potential to address several significant challenges and misunderstandings that arise during the review process of these core journals in the respective research domains. Additionally, it can enhance effective communication between the editorial teams and authors who contribute to these journals.

    Keywrod : Editors

  • Luncheon Seminar 2 / SP-T14-0467 May 28 (Tue) 12:20~13:10 / Room 325-CD Company Seminar (DENTIS / Dalim Tissen)
    • Invited Speaker
      12:20~12:45
      Inhae Shin
      Human Materials R&D Team, Korea, Republic of
      Presentation Title : Overview of Compact bone grafting and absorptive membranes
    • Invited Speaker
      In Bo Han
      CHA Univ. School of Medicine, Korea, Republic of
      Presentation Title : Hemostatic efficacy and safety of CollaStat in a spinal surgery

    Company Seminar 2 (Dalim Tissen)

    During spinal surgery, it is important to achieve accurate and rapid haemostasis to reduce operation and anaesthesia time and maintain patients’ haemodynamic equilibrium, in order to decrease the occurrence of complications. CollaStat, a thrombin-containing collagen-based topical hemostatic agent, is a paste-like flowable hemostatic matrix which exhibits both passive and active blood coagulation mechanisms of action. Collagen granules of CollaStat have a physical compression effect by swelling up on contact with blood, and act as a matrix for fibrin clot formation. And the thrombin triggers the biological reaction which initiates the innate coagulation cascade while collagen supports complete activation and adhesion of platelets. CollaStat is ready to be used within 60 seconds by a simple preparation step comprising of syringe connecting and mixing, without a time-consuming thrombin reconstitution step. This simple preparation step of CollaStat may significantly reduce the preparation time compared with those of other flowable hemostats, which require an additional thrombin reconstitution step. Furthermore, flowable characteristics of CollaStat facilitated its application in irregular and small spaces, filling deep lesions, and removing excessive material by irrigation. As demonstrated in various clinical studies, CollaStat was shown to have rapid, safe, and effective hemostasis in spinal surgery.

    Keywrod : DENTIS, Dalim Tissen

  • Luncheon Seminar 3 / SP-T14-0459 May 28 (Tue) 12:20~13:20 / Room 324-A Women in Biomaterials Science
    • Organizer
      Seung-Woo Cho
      Yonsei University, Korea, Republic of
    • Chair
      Shelly Sakiyama-Elbert
      University of Washington, USA
    • Co-chair
      Yoonhee Jin
      Yonsei University, Korea, Republic of
    • Invited Speaker
      12:20~12:35
      Hala Zreiqat
      University of Sydney, Australia
      Presentation Title : Strength in Diversity: A BioEngineering Journey
    • Invited Speaker
      12:35~12:50
      Sung Yun Yang
      Chungnam National University, Korea, Republic of
      Presentation Title : Past, Present, and Future States of Korean Woman Scientists in Korean Biomaterials Research Society
    • Invited Speaker
      12:50~13:05
      Maria Chatzinikolaidou
      Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas (FORTH) Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser 100, Greece
      Presentation Title : A fascinating journey in Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering

    Women play a crucial and influential role, contributing significantly to advancements of the dynamic field of biomaterials research. Nevertheless, a disparity in gender representation has persisted, and this imbalance can be attributed, at least in part, to cultures that lack support and impede the progress of women in their professional endeavors.  This luncheon session will feature a panel of women scientists with diverse perspectives and experiences in the realm of biomaterials research, with brief presentations and discussions focusing on experiences, goals and best practices for effectively addressing barriers for increased diversity and inclusivity in biomaterials research.

  • Luncheon Seminar 4 / WP-0041 May 28 (Tue) 12:20~13:20 / Room 323 Young Scientist Forum (YSF) I: Successful career development
    • Organizer
      Seung-Woo Cho
      Yonsei University, Korea, Republic of
    • Chair
      James Moon
      University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
    • Co-chair
      Sing Yian Chew
      Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    • Speaker
      12:20~12:35
      Elizabeth Cosgriff Hernandez
      University of Texas at Austin, USA
      Presentation Title : My Faculty Odyssey: A Polymer Love Story
    • Speaker
      12:35~12:50
      Lorenzo Moroni
      Maastricht University, Netherlands
      Presentation Title : High and Low Tides in Science: navigating through the sea with serendipity in a daring adventure
    • Speaker
      12:50~13:05
      Khoon Lim
      University of Sydney, Australia
      Presentation Title : Building a meaningful peer-support network for greater success

    This luncheon session aims to provide scientists and young investigators in Biomaterials research with the necessary tools and knowledge to enhance their professional careers. The session will address topics such as effective writing and publishing strategies, for participants to gain practical knowledge on crafting impactful research papers, understanding the peer-review process, and increasing their visibility within the scientific community. Furthermore, the importance of communication skills is discussed as a key component, with emphasizing the ability to effectively articulate intricate scientific topics and to captivate a wide range of audiences. A significant focus is also placed regarding on the shift to faculty positions in academia. Experienced mentors will share their insights, offering guidance on navigating the academic job market, preparing compelling applications, and excelling in faculty roles for a successful academic career.

  • Luncheon Seminar 5 / SP-T14-0464 May 28 (Tue) 12:20~13:10 / Room 322 Company Seminar (MAVERICK / Desktop Health™)
    • Invited Speaker
      12:20~12:45
      Terance Hart
      Maverick Biosciences, United Kingdom
      Presentation Title : Telocollagen additives for Regenerative Medicine seen through a Dental Device Lens
    • Invited Speaker
      12:45~13:10
      Carlos Carvalho
      Desktop Health™, Germany
      Presentation Title : Designing patterns for tubular scaffolds using the 3D-Bioplotter’s PrintRoll system

    Company Seminar 1 (MAVERICK)

    Telocollagen additives for Regenerative Medicine seen through a Dental Device Lens
    Collagen represents 30% of the protein found in the human body and is the most abundant structural protein in the extracellular matrix, being mainly found in connective tissue such as cartilage, bones, tendons, ligaments, and skin. It contributes much to the ease of handling, formability, and volume stability in many major bone graft substitute products, which are typically based on the natural combination of mineral hydroxyapatite with collagen type I. Fibroblasts produce 28 different types of collagen, each consisting of a linear sequence of amino acids connected to form a highly stable triple helix and each with its own specific biological function. In addition, through its highly evolved cell recognition properties collagen greatly accelerates bone formation, wound healing, and tissue regeneration. The advantages of using xenogenic collagen are manifold, including sustainable supply, usability, biocompatibility, biodegradability, low immunogenicity, cellular porosity and, most importantly, regulatory acceptability. As a consequence, collagen-based products are widely used in all aspects of tissue engineering. This lecture will review the functional biological properties of collagen, its current commercial use, and the future perspectives of collagen-based products in bone and tissue regeneration. 

    Company Seminar 2 (Desktop Health™)

    Designing patterns for tubular scaffolds using the 3D-Bioplotter’s PrintRoll system

    The process for the preparation of scaffold fabrication using a bioprinter is well established. Starting from STL or 3MF files, these can be loaded onto the bioprinter’s software, sliced into layers, and a pre-programmed pattern can be applied to the layers using the technician’s input to meet specific mechanical or biological requirements. These parts can then be printed either onto flat substrates (plastic films, well plates, petri dishes, etc.) or in buoyancy-providing baths.
    Nevertheless, this method poses great restrictions on the fabrication of porous tubular scaffolds. Most academic users will print a flat scaffold and roll them into the necessary cylindrical shape, fusing the ends together.
    Desktop Health has recently released the PrintRoll upgrade for its modular bioprinter, the 3D-Bioplotter. This platform attachment allows the user to print directly onto a rotating stainless-steel mandrel, available in different diameters. Tubular scaffolds fabricated on the 3D-Bioplotter with PrintRoll can have complex patterns, bestowing them with different mechanical properties like stretchability, compressibility, flexibility, bendability, and shrinkage, as well as biological characteristics.
    In this lecture the process for designing these complex patterns using the Desktop Health’s 3D-Bioplotter’s software will be presented.

     


    Keywrod : MAVERICK, Desktop Health™

  • Luncheon Seminar 6 / SP-T14-0378 May 28 (Tue) 12:20~13:30 / Room 306-A FBSE WBC - Fellows Debate
    • Organizer
      Rui Reis
      3B's Research Group/Univ. Minho, Portugal
    • Chair
      Rui Reis
      3B's Research Group/Univ. Minho, Portugal
    • Invited Speaker
      12:30~12:40
      Milica Radisic
      University of Toronto, Canada
      Presentation Title : For the proposition team
    • Invited Speaker
      12:40~12:50
      Changyou Gao
      Zhejiang University, China
      Presentation Title : For the proposition team
    • Invited Speaker
      12:50~13:00
      Laura Poole-Warren
      The University of New South Wales, Australia
      Presentation Title : For the opposition team
    • Invited Speaker
      13:00~13:10
      Bikramjit Basu
      Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
      Presentation Title : For the opposition team

    Motion: "This house believes that organ on a chip and organoids will in the future replace/reduce traditional in-vitro and in-vivo testing in the regulatory approval of biomaterials and drugs”
    Chair/moderator: Rui L. Reis, 3B´s Research Group, University of Minho, Portugal, Chair of the Steering Committee of the Fellows in Biomaterials Science and Engineering (FBSE)
    - Introduction of the debate rules and to the motion – Rui L. Reis
    - For the proposition team
    o Milica Radisic (University of Toronto, Canada)
    o Changyou Gao (Zhejiang University, China)
    - For the opposition team
    o Laura Poole-Warren (University of New South Wales, Australia)
    o Bikramjit Basu (India Institute of Sciences, India)

    Keywrod : FBSE WBC

  • Luncheon Seminar 7 / SP-T14-0461 May 29 (Wed) 12:20~13:10 / Room 325-AB Company Seminar (Genoss)
    • Invited Speaker
      LS2-1-1
      In Kwon Jung
      Genoss Co., Ltd., Korea, Republic of
      Presentation Title : Genoss : an innovating company with a variety of advanced medical devices

    Genoss: an innovating company with a variety of advanced medical devices

    Making Invests 30% of the annual revenue in R&D every year, GENOSS has pushed ahead with staffing itself with outstanding research professionals from around the world and developing the world's best products.
    Our vision is creating the best products and service for contributing to promotion of human health as a representative of Korean medical device companies. 
    GENOSS will develop competitive bioproducts to make them strong players in the global market.
    GENOSS will keep focusing on developing medical instruments that fit to the globalization by relying on our willingness to face challenges and also become the world-leading company with innovative value creation through constant R&D on the bio industry.
    We promise our growth into the most enterprising company that stands in our global customers’ shoes and values talents, technology and the environment.

    Keywrod : Genoss

  • Luncheon Seminar 8 / SP-T14-0462 May 29 (Wed) 12:20~13:10 / Room 325-CD Company Seminar (Rousselot / Readily3D)
    • Invited Speaker
      12:20~12:45
      Ju Young Park
      BioBricks Co.,Ltd., Korea, Republic of
      Presentation Title : Innovative Tissue Sealants: Advancing Scarless Wound Treatment with X-Pure GelMA
    • Invited Speaker
      12:45~13:10
      Paul Delrot
      Readily3D, Switzerland
      Presentation Title : 3D volumetric tomographic bioprinting

    Company Seminar 1 (Rousselot)
    Together with POSTECH researchers, BioBricks developed innovative tissue sealants for tissue reconstruction. These novel adhesives combine GelMA and extracellular matrices derived from diverse tissue types, such as cornea, mucosa, liver, and heart, and form solid hydrogels through visible light photocrosslinking. BioBricks tissue sealants integrate well with adjacent tissues, enabling sutureless and scarless treatment of tissue defects or incisions. This breakthrough holds promise for regenerative medicine and tissue reconstruction. The use of medical grade XPure gelMA allows a fast track to market.

    Company Seminar 2 (Readily3D)
    Tomographic volumetric 3D bioprinting allows building the entire volume of centimer-scale 3D cell- or organoid-laden bioconstructs within less than 30 seconds. This light-based and ultrafast process opens up new opportunities for the biofabrication of complex and functional living constructs thanks to its high viability for both cells and organoids as well as its design freedom.

    In recent years, tomographic volumetric bioprinting has for instance been used to build functional hepatic constructs, anatomically correct porous bone models, multi-material perfusable bio-constructs, or even 3D pancreatic cancer models. Thanks to the throughput and repeatability of volumetric bioprinting, such models could be used in a near future for drug development. The scalability of volumetric bioprinting also makes it relevant for regenerative medicine applications.

    In this talk, Paul Delrot, PhD, CEO of Readily3D will present the science behind the technology and cover the range of applications enabled by tomographic volumetric 3D bioprinting.

  • Luncheon Seminar 9 / SP-T14-0388 May 29 (Wed) 12:20~13:30 / Room 324-A Biomaterials Education Symposium at the WBC 2024
    • Organizer
      Jurica Bauer
      Maastricht University, Netherlands
    • Chair
      Jurica Bauer
      Maastricht University, Netherlands
    • Co-chair
      Young Jung No
      The University of Sydney, Australia
    • Keynote Speaker
      12:20~12:45
      Johnna S. Temenoff
      Georgia Tech and Emory University, USA
    • Invited Speaker
      12:45~13:00
      Jurica Bauer
      Maastricht University, Netherlands
    • Invited Speaker
      13:00~13:15
      Young Jung No
      The University of Sydney, Australia
    • Invited Speaker
      13:15~13:30
      Jeong-Kee Yoon
      Chung-Ang University, Korea, Republic of

      The field of biomaterials is a highly interdisciplinary field where materials science and engineering meet chemistry, biology, medicine and entrepreneurship. The advancement of this complex field therefore necessitates research collaborations from various experts. Pushing the field forward, however, also implies educating the future generations of scientists and engineers in a better way than how we were once trained. Given the complexity and interdisciplinarity of the field, it is no secret that we meet many challenges in our attempts to transfer our knowledge, skills and experience to our students. In order to be able to improve our education in this field, it is imperative that we share our teaching practices and ideas in biomaterials.
     In this symposium we wish to invite experts and educators in the field of biomaterials to share their observations, challenges (and solutions), practices, initiatives, and research in the education relating to biomaterials. Contributions at any level are welcome, ranging from simple tips & tricks used to activate students in lessons, or new and original experiments for practicals, to new courses and even programs. The intention is not only to exchange best practices and learn from each other during this conference but also to create a network in which sharing ideas and experiences would also lead to new initiatives and collaborations on the education in the field of biomaterials.

    Keywrod : Education

  • Luncheon Seminar 10 / WP-0045 May 29 (Wed) 12:20~13:20 / Room 323 Young Scientist Forum (YSF) II: The past, present, and future of Biomaterials Research (meeting mentors)
    • Organizer
      Seung-Woo Cho
      Yonsei University, Korea, Republic of
    • Chair
      Hua Ai
      West China Hospital, Sichuan University, China
    • Co-chair
      Nicholas Dunne
      Dublin City University, Ireland
    • Speaker
      12:20~12:35
      Joachim Kohn
      Rutgers University/IUSBSE, USA
      Presentation Title : CRITICAL TURNING POINTS IN BIOMATERIALS RESEARCH FROM 1980 TO TODAY
    • Speaker
      12:35~12:50
      Ana Paula Pego
      i3S / INEB - University of Porto, Portugal
      Presentation Title : Futuring Neurosciences with Biomaterials
    • Speaker
      12:50~13:05
      Diego Mantovani
      Laval University, Canada
      Presentation Title : A Career in Research: Still Opportune? An introspective journey into the meaning of becoming a scientist in the 21th century

    This luncheon session will provide a unique opportunity for students and young scientists to interact with experienced mentors, establishing a connection between the extensive historical background of biomaterials research, its current state, and the promising prospects in the future. During this session, a distinguished group of mentors will share their knowledge and perspectives on the historical turning points that have established the foundation of biomaterials research with highlighting cutting-edge innovations and interdisciplinary collaborations. Participants will have the chance to connect with mentors who have played pivotal roles in shaping the field, gaining valuable guidance on navigating challenges and capitalizing on opportunities. Overall, this session not only provides a comprehensive overview of the past and present of biomaterials research but also cultivates mentorship relationships that are instrumental in guiding the next generation of scientists toward a promising future in the field of biomaterials.

  • Luncheon Seminar 11 / WP-0044 May 29 (Wed) 12:20~13:40 / Room 322 Bridging the gap between preclinical and clinical research
    • Organizer
      Sukmo Kang
      Biotoxtech.Co.Ltd, Korea, Republic of
    • Chair
      Sukmo Kang
      Biotoxtech.Co.Ltd, Korea, Republic of
    • Speaker
      12:20~12:40
      Mark van Eldijk
      Ardena Oss BV, Netherlands
      Presentation Title : Process & Specification Development for Nanomedicine Manufacture
    • Speaker
      12:40~13:00
      Kyung Won Kim
      Department of Radiology, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Asan Medical Center, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
      Presentation Title : Clinical Developmet of Nanoparticle based-Contrasting Agents
    • Speaker
      13:00~13:20
      Sukmo Kang
      Biotoxtech.Co.Ltd, Korea, Republic of
      Presentation Title : Preparation and Consideration for Nonclinical study of Nanomedicines
    • Speaker
      13:20~13:40
      Seho Kweon
      College of Pharmacy, Chonnam National University, Korea, Republic of
      Presentation Title : Strategy for the oral formulation of biomaterials to apply in clinics

    The workshop is designed to explore the practical journey of translating laboratory-developed technologies into commercial applications. We will delve into recent developments in nanomedicine, emphasizing the crucial bridge between preclinical and clinical phases. Attendees can expect insights into navigating the transition, including considerations for non-clinical studies, the clinical development and optimizing manufacturing processes. This workshop is tailored for professionals in nanomedicine and related fields, offering valuable insights for all levels of expertise. It will highlight the pivotal role of nanomedicine in advancing healthcare through real-world applications.

  • Luncheon Seminar 12 / WP-0032 May 29 (Wed) 12:20~13:30 / Room 306-A New PI in Biomaterials Research
    • Organizer
      Brittany Taylor
      University of Florida, USA
    • Chair
      Brittany Taylor
      Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Florida, USA
    • Co-chair
      Erika Moore
      Department of Material Science, University of Florida, USA
    • Speaker
      12:20~12:32
      Chiara Ghezzi
      Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA
    • Speaker
      12:32~12:44
      Jay Patel
      Department of Orthopaedics, Emory University School of Medicine, USA
    • Speaker
      12:44~12:56
      Bethany Almeida
      Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Clarkson University, USA

      The purpose of this workshop is to provide participants, ranging from upper-level graduate students, postdoctoral trainees, and junior faculty, with tools and strategies to accomplish their academic career goals. The workshop will cover topics including: how to successfully fund your research, effectively manage your team, and establish and maintain an institutional and international scientific identity. We will discuss grant writing strategies, responsible spending of your start-up funds, setting lab culture and expectations, networking, and other nuances that come along with getting started in your faculty career.
      The workshop will feature junior faculty panelists who can share their diverse perspectives from their experiences setting up labs at institutions of varying sizes, research-levels, and locations. We will intentionally include international faculty to represent international perspectives. Following the panel, we will lead the participants in networking challenges as well as peer discussions, group sessions, and activities to gain additional insights from faculty and peers alike.
      Lastly, we will provide participants with an electronic toolkit which will include the information disseminated in the workshop and templates, such as lab expectation documents. This workshop will equip #NewPIs in biomaterial research with the foundation to become future leaders in the field.

  • Luncheon Seminar 13 / SP-T14-0460 May 30 (Thu) 12:20~13:10 / Room 325-AB Company Seminar (Dentium)
    • Invited Speaker
      12:20~13:10
      Sung-Tae Kim
      Seoul national university School of Dentistry, Korea, Republic of
      Presentation Title : Collagen Matrix(Collagen Graft 2) vs Membrane

    Collagen matrix (Collagen graft 2) vs Collagen membrane

    ‘Gingival augmentation using collagen matrix’, which was recognized as a new medical technology from Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare in 2023 has been spreading widely in the Korean dental community attracting attention as a simple yet effective periodontal plastic surgery.
    This collagen matrix has been used in Europe and the United States for periodontal plastic surgery for a long time, and its effectiveness has been proven in previous studies. Recently, various indications other than periodontal plastic surgery have been introduced in Korea; 1) indications for alveolar ridge preservation, and 2) indications for ridge augmentation instead of barrier membranes. A recent experiment conducted at the Department of Periodontology at Seoul National University showed that collagen matrix was superior to barrier membranes in ridge preservation procedure (Sci Rep. 2024 Jan 2;14(1):163).
    In this lecture, clinical cases with various indications, and supporting studies about collagen matrix (Collagen graft 2) will be discussed.

    Keywrod : Dentium

  • Luncheon Seminar 14 / SP-T14-0458 May 30 (Thu) 12:20~13:30 / Room 324-A Regulatory perspectives on biologics composed of cell therapy and biomaterials
    • Organizer
      Joo Hee (Elise) Kim
      Ajou University, Korea, Republic of
    • Chair
      Joo Hee (Elise) Kim
      Ajou University, Korea, Republic of
    • Co-chair
      James Moon
      University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
    • Invited Speaker
      12:20~12:50
      James Wabby
      Regulatory Affairs (CoE), AbbVie, Inc, USA
      Presentation Title : Innovative Products: Regulatory Pathways
    • Invited Speaker
      12:50~13:20
      Takahiro Ochiya
      Tokyo Medical University, Japan
      Presentation Title : Regulatory aspect of extaracellular vasicles for regenerative medicine
  • Luncheon Seminar 15 / WP-0046 May 30 (Thu) 12:20~13:20 / Room 323 Young Scientist Forum (YSF) III: Experience from academic research to commercialization, start-up company
    • Organizer
      Seung-Woo Cho
      Yonsei University, Korea, Republic of
    • Chair
      Won Jong Kim
      Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea, Republic of
    • Co-chair
      Ines Goncalves
      i3S - Institute for Research and Innovation in Health, Portugal
    • Speaker
      12:20~12:35
      Andrés J. García
      Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
      Presentation Title : Moving Research from the Lab to Startups
    • Speaker
      12:35~12:50
      Nan Huang
      Southwest Jiaotong University, China
      Presentation Title : From basic research to clinic application - a innovation story about a novel cardiovascular stent
    • Speaker
      12:50~13:05
      Matteo Santin
      University of Brighton, United Kingdom
      Presentation Title : Technopreneurship: Building your future with knowledge and know-how

    The purpose of this luncheon session is to facilitate the exchange of ideas among young researchers about effective integration of academic research with practical applications in the commercial sector. This event has a lineup of speakers that have successfully transformed their academic endeavors into tangible products or established startup companies. Their perspectives, challenges, and insights will be disseminated among emerging and young scientists. Participants can expect stimulating discussion regarding practical aspects of converting scientific discoveries into commercially viable innovations, encompassing topics such as intellectual property, funding strategies, and collaboration with industry partners. This session serves as a forum for both a knowledge-sharing event and as a source of inspiration for the next generation of scientists, motivating them to foresee the broader impact of their study and to consider the commercial potential of their work.

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