Interreg projects

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Prosperos - One step closer to the bone implant of the future

Antleron takes part in a by the European Union funded research project in "smart" 3D printed implants for repair of large bone defects. The research focuses on the development of biologically active implants that can be tailor-made to fit the needs of the individual patient. Upon successful implementation, the implants offer faster patient recovery and a reduction in revision surgeries. 

More information about the Prosperos project.

For the most recent results, click here.

The Prosperos project is led by the Maastricht UMC+, and has the following cooperative partners.



Towards living implants - E²CM

Crossborder co-development of 4D Engineered ECM technology for regenerative therapies. The E²CM project carries out research in the field of regenerative medicine and is supported by CrossRoads2. E²CM partners ReGenesys, IME Technologies and Antleron target cells and biomaterials to be transformed via electrospinning, 3D printing and bioreactors into extracellular matrix based artificial tissues. 

More information about the E²CM project:

IME Technologies



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