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

UKSB Sponsored Lab-2-Lab Awards

It’s been too long since we’ve not felt free to go to physical conferences, to go and work collaboratively in other labs, to learn new skills, share ideas and drive proof-of-concept biomaterials advances across a number of research groups. You might be thinking to start a new inititive. You might have been talking over the […]

Vacancy for UKSB council members

The UKSB is looking to expand its council. We are happy to receive interest and nominations from those working in the multidisciplinary area of biomaterials, from academic, industrial or clinical backgrounds. To nominate yourself or someone else please email president@uksb.org stating clearly why you or your nominee would be a good candidate for the UKSB […]

New Vacancy in Bioengineered Meat

Are you interested in a career in science that could help to solve many of today’s major problems ? Ivy Farm Technologies based in Oxford are hiring. Check out their ideas on creating cultured meat   https://www.ivy.farm/ Here at Ivy Farm, we’re an inquisitive bunch of bioengineers and scientists who love animals, love the planet, but […]

Positions Available

2 Posts available within the Biomaterials groups at the University of Manchester Experimental Officer in Biomedical Materials – permanent position! – click here for more info and to apply. The Henry Royce Institute (Royce) is an EPSRC-funded national institute. With its Hub at The University of Manchester, the Institute has spokes at nine Partner and […]


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