At the Mimics Innovation Awards in Asia Pacific, celebrate excellence in Engineering on Anatomy.

June 11, 2019, 10:00-11:30
Tohoku University, Katahira Campus | Sendai City, Japan  

Join us to celebrate world-class research for Engineering on Anatomy.

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Every year at the Mimics Innovation Awards, Materialise honors leading-edge bioengineering work on medical device designs, patient-specific implants, surgical instrumentation treatments, anatomical research and more that ultimately improve and save lives.

The award ceremony is a time to celebrate those who have made powerful insights and inspiring outcomes, by using the Mimics Innovation Suite in their toolkit. We would like to raise our glasses to these innovators through international recognition, and a monetary prize that empowers winners to continue their research, regardless of their discipline achievements. 

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Discover

Take a close-up look at how universities, hospitals, medical device companies and research centers that are finding award-worthy solutions to the toughest biomedical challenges.

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Learn

Exchange ideas with peers and share insights on award-winning research conducted using the Mimics Innovation Suite.

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Connect

Network with a community of innovators using industry-leading Mimics software and ask your 3D printing questions to our experts and engineers.

Join us to recognize the latest innovations made possible by the Mimics Innovation Suite, and get inspired on how you can achieve the best results for your research.

Hear how the Mimics Innovation Awards has empowered winners on our blog.

 

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“The Mimics Innovation Award is the milestone in my carreer and an important international recognition of the cutting-edge results I achieved with my team. Application of the Mimics Innovative Suite motivates scientists towards excellence and practical solutions that will definitely contribute to a healthier and better diagnosis.”

- Dr. Saša Ćuković, ETH Zurich