The properties of populations of cells are largely conditioned by the cell-cell and cell-environment interactions, conferring them unique features whose study greatly benefits from the use of micro-technologies. In return, these technologies are of great interest to engineer tissues in a first attempt to reproduce the structure and function of organs.
This one-day workshop will gather internationally recognized researchers working on different aspects of these multicellular assemblies. Speakers will cover a large spectrum outlining the various length scales involved in the architectures and mechanical properties of tissues, as well as the influence of their physical environment.
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