During this event students will learn through hands-on workshops and experiments, the different laboratory methodologies that the B3MAT group has in the field of Bioengineering. Professors, undergraduate and Master's students will be part of this interactive day with unique experiences around biomaterials, biochemistry and cell biology.
(1) QMB Station: Bioinspired Chemistry and Microscopy (1.5 hrs.)
Cell samples and bio-inspired biomaterials observed under the light microscope, preparation of working solutions and handling of basic and advanced laboratory equipment.
Prof. Dra. Carola Millán (Monday and Tuesday) / Place: Study room F110 (first floor)
(2) I3D Station: 3D printing and evaluation of geometric and morphological properties (1.5 hrs.)
Design of structures in Inventor, Manufacture of scaffolds in 3D printing, and evaluation of geometric and morphological properties using Archimedes and Magnifying glass.
Prof. Dr. Juan Fco. Vivanco (Monday and Tuesday) / Place: Cowork First floor Building F
(3) CCB station: Cell culture and biocompatibility (1,5hrs.)
Observation and management of cells in culture to load three-dimensional porous scaffolds (3D-scaffolds)
Prof. Dr. Raúl Vallejos (Monday) and Dra. Isabel Benjumeda (Tuesday) / Place: Lab. Bioengineering Building A, AZ-203 (underground)
Dra. Carolina Angulo- Postdoctoral FIC
Richard Aguirre. Lab Manager Bioengineering Laboratory
Carlos Toro - MS in Industrial Engineering
Pablo Núñez - MS in Bioengineering
Sebastián Llano - MS in Bioengineering
Fernanda Álamos - Bioengineering UAI
Alejandra Correa - Bioengineering UAI
Catalina Miranda - Bioengineering UAI
Bernardita Heusser - Bioengineering UAI
Felipe Maturana - Bioengineering UAI