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Tissue and Cell Engineering Society (TCES)

The Tissue and Cell Engineering Society UK (TCES) has the aim of furthering knowledge, research and dissemination of information on cell and tissue engineering. Founded in 1999 by people coming from many different scientific disciplines and environments (industry, universities, research centres, government agencies) across the United Kingdom, TCES aims to promote the propagation of scientific information, stimulate the creation of research programmes, co-operate with other scientific organisations, and act as a source of expert information related to tissue and cell engineering.

We offer travel bursaries and several awards to our members!

EXISTING MEMBERS: Please keep us informed of any changes in your contact details by emailing your updated contact details to the TCES Membership Secretary, Prof. Felicity Rose (felicity.rose@nottingham.ac.uk)

Please report any broken links etc. to: Dr Richard Balint (richard.balint@manchester.ac.uk)

Latest news

TCES 2017 Conference – Call for Abstracts!

Registration is now open for the TCES 2017 conference on July 5-7th 2017! We are also welcoming abstract submissions! New users will need to first register with the abstract submission system (Ex Ordo) at https://tces2017.exordo.com. We invite submission of papers on the key and related topics to tissue and cell engineering for consideration for oral or poster presentations.

For more information please see the conference website: http://www2.mmu.ac.uk/shs/about-us/events/tces-2017/ and/or our conference page: https://tces.org/tces-2017/

Two year postdoc available in 3D bioprinting

A two year postdoc position is available in 3D bioprinting in the group of Prof Ellen Fritsche at the IUF – Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine in Düsseldorf. For more information, please see the flyer below or contact Prof Fritsche at ellen.fritsche@iuf-duesseldorf.de.

Job Posting Bioprinter

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