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bone-tec 2017

International Bone-Tissue-Engineering Congress, 12 – 14 October 2017, Munich

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  Comments on bone-tec 2010, 6 - 10 October, Hannover  
  from congress delegates  
     
     
  "In comparison to bone-tec 2009 this meeting has further improved and fills a gap between basic research and its application in the clinic."  
     
  "Your commitment to running a student-supportive international conference with risk sharing by major speakers and substantial prizes for student contributions is a winning formula."  
     
  "Excellent conference and a very stimulating atmosphere. The conference is an "have-to-go" for young researchers as it is an excellent opportunity for networking."  
     
  "The meeting was one of the best that I attended in the last years. Keep the conference this way."
 
     
  "Bone-tec Congress, a meeting for clinicians and scientists with an interest in tissue engineering and stem cell research, has provided an excellent opportunity for a pure scientist like me to understand of the needs of clinicians in bone and meniscal repair/regeneration. The conference was well-organized and had high quality presentations."  
     
  "It was my first bone-tec, but certainly not the last one, I have gathered a lot of new info which will help me a lot in my future scientific research and work, thank you bone-tec."  
     
  "I would like to thank you for your excellent congress."  
     
  "This was a well organized, deep and successful conference. More importantly, bone-tec provides a platform for young scientists to exercise themselves and present their work.
I hope bone-tec could set more awards to encourage young scientists."

 
     
  "Workshop was very interesting. To be continue. Thanks a lot for the quality of the presentations."  
     
  “Bone-tec 2010 is by far the best conference I've attended. It is very focused with excellent scientific content; sessions were highly interactive and mind-stimulating. I’m honored to have the opportunity to have close-up interaction with world-renowned keynote speakers as well as fellow participants who were very approachable and generous with their ideas and comments. The warm and cosy atmosphere, friendly and helpful staff and excellent service definitely contributed a lot to providing a very conducive learning environment! I greatly appreciate the immense amount of effort and planning involved in making this conference so well-organised, as well as the Graduate Workshop which I’ve benefited a lot from. I enjoyed the conference very much and definitely look forward to participating in bone-tec again!”  
     
  "It was a long overdue outstanding meeting in the field of bone-science. It definitely should be continued because there is so much to be expected from the answers to the still open questions in bone tissue-engineering."  
     
  "Fantastic conference on a focused topic and targeting the right mix of clinicians and researchers."  
     
  "This is a most rewarding experience. Congratulations to Karl-Heinz and all his associates!"  
     
 

"I would like to congratulate you and your associates on a most successful bone-tec 2010 and thank you for your most generous hospitality. I found the scientific program very stimulating and rewarding with very diverse lectures ranging from basic science to clinical translation. I really enjoyed my interactions with all the participants including students and was particularly pleased with the response to my lecture"

 
     
  "Bone-tec could benefit from more participation of developmental/cell biologists in bone field. By understanding the natural process of bone formation and remodeling we will be much better to mimic this with artificial tissues/scaffods, and understand the limitations of (single) use of growth factors."
 
     
     
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
               
 

 

   
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