Olga Goor published in Advanced Materials on “Efficient Functionalization of Additives at Supramolecular Material Surfaces” with co-authors from DankersLab collaborators SyMO-Chem and Maastricht University. The full article can be found here
From September 28-30, the International Conferenece On Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology (ICONAN) was held in Paris, France. Maxime Grillaud was awarded for the best ICONAN 2016 poster presentation. For more information, visit the website of ICONAN 2016. October 4-5, the International Symposium on Functional Biointerfaces was held in Berlin, Germany, where Olga Goor won the poster […]
On October 12 Geert van Almen participated in the Biomaterials session at the Technology For Health 2016 in ’s Hertogenbosch and gave a lecture about supramolecular biomaterials. In his lecture Geert talked about the valorisation activities in the DankersLab and addressed the challenges of combining fundamental and applied research to develop new biomaterials with the […]
In August 2016 the first DankersLab retreat was organized, starting of with a full day of science presentations and a show of culinary skill in the evening. The retreat was complete with an entertaining tour through the pitoresque village of Valkenburg and an exploration of the nearby marlstone mines by mountainbike.
An ERC Proof of Concept grant was awarded to Patricia Dankers to explore the clinical potential of a hydrogel drug carrier in cancer treatment.
Patricia Dankers, a member of The Young Academy since 2015, became a member of the board of The Young Academy. The Young academy focusses on interdisciplinarity, science policy, and the interface between science and society.
Patricia Dankers chairs, together with Matt Webber and Eric Appel, a New Frontiers Symposium on Supramolecular Biomaterials at the World Biomaterial Conference (WBC) 2016 in Montréal, Canada, May 2016.
Sabrina Zaccaria was awarded for the best workshop lecture in the Biomedical field at the Dutch Polymer Days 2016
Maarten Bakker publishes in ACS NANO with “Multicomponent Supramolecular Polymers as a Modular Platform for Intracellular Delivery” The full article can be found here
Professor dr. Carlijn V.C. Bouten and dr. dr. Patricia Y.W. Dankers tell about their biomaterial-based in-situ tissue engineering experiments that ultimately seek to regenerate numerous organs in International Innovation Full article can be found here