4D printing technology and the BIOMET4D project took centre stage during an online seminar delivered by Dr. Pedro José Díaz Payno at AGH University in Poland.
The seminar, which was hosted by the university’s Academic Centre for Materials and Nanotechnology (ACMiN) saw Dr. Díaz Payno expand on his work on 4D (bio)printing research for cartilage repair and biomedical device development.
The seminar was attended by about 45 PhD students, postdoctoral researchers and professors.
Dr. Díaz Payno is one member of the IMDEA Materials team involved in the BIOMET4D project which also involves researchers from the Technical University of Madrid, the University Hospital Cologne, the University of Galway, the Health Research Institute of Gregorio Marañon Hospital, Meotec GmbH and Aerosint.
BIOMET4D is funded by the European Innovation Council through the EIC Pathfinder programme.