Projects

Libyan Authority for Research, Science and Technology (LA’STAR)

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EU project “Spare Parts”

This is an EU-funded project under the name “Chondral and Osseous Tissue Engineering”. The project started 1st February 2001 and lasted for three years. The project was coordinated by Oulu University, Oulu, Finland. N Ashammakhi was the project leader.

For more information go to project website:

http://www.oulu.fi/spareparts/spareparts_project_site/index_2.html

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Spare Parts

 


 

EU project “Biocranio”

This is an EU-funded project under the name “Use of bioabsorbable osteofixation devices in treatment of craniofacial syndromes  (biocranio).” This project was funded under the FP4 (BMH4-98-3892). It involved Leading craniofacial European centres from Austria, Finland, France, Sweden, the UK, work together in this project. The project started on May 1st, 1998 and lasted for three years. The project was coordinated by Oulu University, Oulu, Finland. N Ashammakhi worked as a researcher in this project and assisted the coordinator of the project, Dr Timo Waris.

For more information go to project website:

http://www.oulu.fi/spareparts/biocranio/index.html

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Biocranio

 


 

EU project “Hyanji scaffold”

EU-funded project Hyanji scaffold project in FP7 IRSES programme (PIRSES-GA-2008-230791). It was coordinated by Keele University. N Ashammakhi was the main co-author when he was working in the Institute for Science and Technology in Medicine, Keele University, UK as Professor (Chair) in Regenerative Medicine. It started in 2009 to last for four years.

For more information, go to project website

http://www.oulu.fi/spareparts/pdf/January_2009.pdf

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http://www.keele.ac.uk/hyanjiscaffold

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Hyanji scaffold

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Academy of Finland Center of Excellence

 


 

 

TEKES project “Multifunctional Biomaterials (MFM)”

 


 

 

TEKES project “Biowaffle”

 


 

 

Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Graduate School

http://www.helsinki.fi/science/bgs/

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Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Graduate School

Partners 

 


 

 

Finnish Tissue Engineering Society

 


 

 

Finnish Society for Biomaterials

 


 

 

EU project “EXPERTISSUES”

 


 

 

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August 26, 2015August 26, 2015

First patient in clinical trial to test for the first time a novel transplant technique for insulin-producing cells was successfully completed.
See More at the website of DIABETES RESEARCH INSTITUTE http://www.diabetesresearch.org/First-Patient-Transplanted-in-Pilot-BioHub-Trial

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July 29, 2015July 29, 2015
New therapy using stem cells for treatment of diabetes.
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June 17, 2015June 17, 2015

Anti-ageing pill pushed as bona fide drug

Regulators asked to consider ageing a treatable condition.

For details see:
http://www.nature.com/news/anti-ageing-pill-pushed-as-bona-fide-drug-1.17769

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April 25, 2015April 25, 2015
8th World Congress of Industrial Biotechnology - 2015 (ibio-2015), which will be held on April 25-28, 2015, in Nanjing, China. http://www.bitcongress.com/ibio2015/programcommittee.asp

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March 23, 2014March 23, 2014
Libyan Technology & Innovation Parks initiative launched today Tripoli, 23 March 2014: The Libyan Authority for Research, Science & Technology, part of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, held a workshop entitled “Science Parks and Technology Transfer” at the Libyan Historical Studies and Archives Centre in Tripoli today. The aim of the workshop was to launch the newly created Technology and Innovation Parks department and to share and develop a common consensus on the role of this department with local policy makers and national and international experts. The creation of this department was to help in building a stimulating environment for innovation and technology transfer which is made possible after the 17th February 2011 revolution allowed for the restructuring and refocusing of the vision of the research body, the organizers reported. It is hoped that this would now pave the way towards building a knowledge-based economy. Nurredine Shamakhy, the Director General of the Libyan Authority for Research, Science & Technology said that “as a result of the freedom offered by the February 17th revolution, there is today a chance for technology parks. There are opportunities for both local private sector and overseas investors in this field,” he stressed. “We have linked up between the research at universities and the workplace by introducing prizes for the most innovative student end of degree research”, Shamakhy explained, referring to the recently introduced “Libya Innovation Prize”. He admitted that challenges still exist in this link but that work was being done on mechanisms for better contact and by introducing better incentives and more encouragement for both sides. Financing and modern management were also still a challenge, the Director General admitted. On choosing the best areas for Libya to concentrate on, Shamakhy suggested that a set of “criteria is created in order to prioritize the sectors that can give the best results. Libya should concentrate on its strengths and needs and these must fit into our overall strategies”, he explained. He suggested that Libya should “start with the easiest sectors such as ITC, hydrocarbons, solar energy and water desalinization, and then move on to the more difficult ones”. Shamakhy said that the Technology and Innovation Parks department was going to study the top ten examples in the world and then adopt one as the prototype to follow. He also said that the department was going to take advantage of the extensive Libyan Diaspora, citing former Deputy Prime Minister Mustafa Abushagur, a leading Libyan innovator, a former Libyan Diaspora, and a guest of honour at today’s event, as an example. Finally, it was stressed that there was the need to embed the culture of private enterprize and move away from the culture of state dependency. Libyan legislation also needed reform so as to encourage investment in innovation and enterprize. Nurredine Shamakhy, the Director General of the Libyan Authority for Research, Science & Technology, concluded by saying that “freedom is the basis for innovation and that Libya’s challenges needed to be changed into opportunities”. https://www.libyaherald.com/2014/03/23/libyan-technology-innovation-parks-initiative-launched-today/

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December 10, 2013December 10, 2013
First time in Libya: Competition for innovative University student graduation projects are awarded. Best three in each of seven science field will be awarded "Prize of Innovation" after evaluation by external evaluators. The project is funded by the Libyan Authority for Research, Science and Technology and takes place for the first time in Libya. The results and ceremony commenced today, 10 December 2013 in Radisson Blue Hotel, Tripoli.

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September 23, 2013September 23, 2013
Prof. Ashammakhi chairs the meeting of the committee to follow througher the recommendations of the Council of Maghrebin Ministers for Education, Higher Education and Scientific Research in Rabat, Morocco on September 23-24, 2013 http://www.cnrst.ma/IMG/pdf/Lettre_CNRST_35_version_anglaise.pdf

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December 11, 2009December 11, 2009
Satu Länsman: PhD Academic Dissertation, Oulu University, December 11th, 2009, at 12 noon. Complete PhD Thesis in PDF format. Also available in the University Library at http://herkules.oulu.fi/isbn9789514260742/ isbn9789514260742.pdf News at http://www.hallinto.oulu.fi/viestin/vaitos09/ lansman.html

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October 23, 2009October 23, 2009
Lila Nikkola: PhD Academic Dissertation, Tampere University of Technology, October 23rd, 2009, at 12 noon. Complete PhD Thesis in PDF format. Also available in the University Library at http://dspace.cc.tut.fi/dpub/handle/ 123456789/6078.

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November 22, 2008November 22, 2008

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October 17, 2008October 17, 2008
Eero Waris: PhD Academic Dissertation, Faculty of Medicine, University of Helsinki, October 17th, 2008, at 12 noon. Complete PhD Thesis in PDF format.

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January 1, 2007January 1, 2007

Albana Ndreu: Electrospun Nanofibrous Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering. MSc Thesis  Submitted to the Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences of Middle East Technical University,

January 2007

https://etd.lib.metu.edu.tr/upload/12608226/index.pdf Or http://innotecnor.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/ALBANA_NDREU.pdf