alexa european society for biomaterials

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european society for biomaterials

The European Society for Biomaterials (ESB) was founded in March 1976 and became a member of the International Union of Biomaterials Science and Engineering companies (IUS-BSE) at its conception in 1979. The BSE has about today 750 members from 33 countries worldwide. BSE Journal announces the events of the company, publishes the reports of the meetings and procedures. The first modified by Jean Leray ESB conference entitled "Evaluation of Biomaterials" was held in Strasbourg, France in 1977. The conference was considered a scientific and organizational success attracting 200 participants. The Journal of Biomedical Materials Research was approved as the official journal of BSE, with a drafting committee comprising European Burny Franz, George Winter, Peter Griss and David Williams. In 1978, European companies’ biomaterials and biomechanics formed a liaison committee to promote the views of companies within the Council of Europe. BSE was an unconditional supporter of the global community Biomaterials throughout its history through the so-called International Liaison Committee (ILC), which later became the International Union of Companies for Biomaterials Science and Engineering. BSE aim is to encourage, promote, promote and develop research, progress and information about the science of biomaterials, and to promote, initiate, sustain and bring to the search for satisfactory conclusion with others and development programs and information in this particular field; collaborate with other associations and organizations whose efforts are directed the same goals and whose interests are allied with or similar to those of the Company itself; to promote the spread of scientific information through publications and meetings; to cooperate with other scientific organizations, government and private, national and international, to establish specifications and standards for biomaterials in general.

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