Scientists and engineers are inspired by natural structures that have evolved over millions of years. This field, biomimetics, is a leading approach for the development of new materials and technologies with applications in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine as well as drug delivery and nanomedicine. Adopting this biomimetics approach to develop biomaterials for tissue regeneration and also in vitro and in vivo models to understand human disease and tissue development has been of growing interest. This conference aims at catalysing the open exchange of ideas for the optimum application of biomimetics to basic and applied science.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to present an oral or poster presentation alongside global keynote speakers at the 2019 event! Submit your abstract now in one of our seven exciting conference themes.

Join us in sunny Brisbane, Australia for the Biomimetics in Bioengineering Conference 2019! Earlybird registrations are available until Friday, 5 April 2019 and limited places are available!

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Submissions are opening soon the Biomimetics in Bioengineering Conference 2019. You are invited to submit an abstract for consideration as an oral or poster presentation, which will be reviewed and selected by the Scientific Committee. Conference themes include structure and function in adaptive biomimetics, self-organising biomaterials, building biomimetics into biomaterial synthesis and design, biophysics in biomimetics and bioinspiration for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. For more information and to view the submission instructions, please click here.


We are excited to share with you our incredible line up of keynote speakers for the Biomimetics in Bioengineering Conference 2019! Make sure you’re subscribed to receive conference updates at the bottom of this page to keep up to date as these global experts are launched!

  • Professor Chris Chen Boston University/Harvard University, USA
  • Associate Professor Sarah Heilshorn
    Associate Professor Sarah Heilshorn Stanford University, USA
  • Professor Samuel Stupp
    Professor Samuel Stupp Northwestern University, USA
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