Horizon 2020 grant for RESTORE project developing smart solutions for knee cartilage repair

The project RESTORE (User-centred smart nanobiomaterial-based 3D matrices for chondral repair) that aims at creating 3D matrices that incorporate smart nanomaterials to repair knee cartilage lesions has won a 5,5 million EUR grant from the Horizon 2020 programme (sub-programme Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing). RESTORE’s results are targeted to enable reducing or delaying the onset of osteoarthritis, which currently affects 242 million people worldwide.

RESTORE is coordinated by the research institute INEB based in Porto, Portugal, and the consortium consists of total 10 partner organisations from 8 European countries.
Culmentor supported the consortium in creating the successful funding application.

More information about RESTORE in a news release via this link

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