The heart of the Brightlands Materials Center is an evolving ecosystem where scientific excellence, innovative applications and societal challenges come together.
The Brightlands Materials Center offers a meeting place at Brightlands Chemelot Campus and close collaboration with a global network of leading companies along the value chain and renowned universities and institutes.
In our shared research programs, where scientists, R&D researchers and students come and work together, we secure application-driven research along the whole chain of knowledge.
“The manufacture of patient-specific biomedical implants replacing damaged tissues, using additive manufacturing (AM) will reshape the future of many patients”, says Rong Wang, one of the Post-Doc researchers within the Additive Manufacturing (AM) program of Brightlands Materials Center.
“Our understanding and ways of applying complex shapes of materials finds itself in a revolutionary phase”, says Rolf van Benthem, Corporate Science fellow, Chemistry of Polymers and Resins at DSM.
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The conference ‘Meeting Materials’ will take place on December 13, 2016. It is organized in collaboration with Materials Innovation Institute (M2i). The program consists of an interesting mix of key note presentations about developments in materials innovation, parallel sessions, and a new career orientation program for M2i’s PhD’s.
Combining industrial needs with fundamental research is the key to develop next-generation biomedical implants “The manufacture of patient-specific biomedical implants......15 augustus, 2016