Because we see a huge increase in interest in regulation of 3D printing and biofabrication (which I have blogged and taught about), my firm decided to organise a seminar about it.
As you are used from us, it’s free, we don’t want anything in return, we love it if you show up and if you don’t that’s fine too – ask us for the slides if you would like to receive them (you can have mine in any event; you can have the others too if the other speakers agree to provide them). However, if you want the full story, it’s always best to attend because there will be drinks afterwards too at which you can network with other companies in the field.
We are very grateful for the cooperation of two companies at the forefront of developments in this field, Materialise and DSM Biomaterials, who will discuss case studies about their own products and services and provide insights into technical challenges.
To subscribe to the seminar, just send an email to the email address in the invitation below. You can bring as many colleagues, friends or contacts as you like; please just let us know in advance so we can have a name badge for everyone to improve your networking experience and ensure that there are enough chairs, drinks and snacks!
Hi Erik, i would be very interested on seeing the slides from this seminar, as i am considering 3d printing in the medical device industry as my thesis this year, thanks.
Just wanted to say how much I enjoy reading your blog. I’m involved in Medical Device strategy down in Australia, and whilst we are not directly impacted by EU regulatory processes, as CE is our predicate mark, we inherit most of it in time, with a few ‘Australianizations’ thrown in for good measure. The latter are just to add some ‘improvements’ because most folks may not realize that we have many diseases and treatments only exist in Australia, so we must have country specific twists….whilst borrowing 90% of it from Europe.
Keep up the good work.
i would be very interested in viewing the seminar slides if possible.
Hi Niall, sorry for the late reply – the slides are on my firm’s website http://www.axonlawyers.com. Best, Erik