Welcome to the UKSB

The United Kingdom Society for Biomaterials (UKSB) is a non-profit organization working to develop novel biomaterials to tackle current clinical needs for medical devices, prosthetics and for regenerative medicine.

Our membership has interests in medical materials science, biosensors, biomechanics, biocompatibility, tissue engineering, and many other subjects.

The strength of our community is in its diversity; welcoming academics, clinicians and the biomaterials industry willing to help to develop the subject of biomaterials in the UK.

Our Constitution document can be found here.

Further details and online membership application form

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Latest news

Senior Lecturer/Professor in Tissue Engineering/Biomaterials

The University of Sheffield is seeking to appoint a senior academic with expertise in skeletal and/or connective tissue engineering to join a thriving and diverse team in the School of Clinical Dentistry at the University of Sheffield (www.sheffield.ac.uk/dentalschool). The ideal candidate will be a talented and enthusiastic team member ready to support the delivery of […]

ESB spring webinar

Úna Fitzgerald from the University of Galway is giving a webinar entitled “Incentivising Green Research Practices on a Burning Planet” on the 17th of June 15:00-16:00 CET. Register here: https://form.jotform.com/241543848154359

In vitro cell culture models symposium

The University of Manchester & The Humane Research Trust are hosting a symposium which aims to the bring the 2D/3D cell culture research community together towards animal free research. It will happen on Tuesday, September 17th and registration is free. Details here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/in-vitro-cell-culture-models-moving-towards-animal-free-tickets-918702954267.

PhD Opportunity @ Liverpool

A 3D-Printed Blood-Brain-Barrier-on-a-Chip for Agrochemical Permeability Studies – CASE Studentship The blood-brain barrier (BBB) tightly regulates the flow of material between the bloodstream and the brain. One of the big problems faced by a range of sectors, from pharmaceuticals to agrochemicals, is understanding how compounds interact with and cross this barrier. One approach to solving […]


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