Active aGeIng and Osteoporosis:
The next challenge for smarT nanobiOmaterials and 3D technologies
About the project
GIOTTO is a EU-funded research and innovation project aimed to develop new medical devices to treat bone fractures, applying the most updated advances of “key enabling technologies”. The final aim is to offer specific solutions for the different types of osteoporotic fractures, stimulating bone regeneration while reducing bone loss.
Medical doctors, scientists and medical device producers from 14 organizations in 9 Countries around Europe work together to provide better treatment solutions with lower side effects to the increasing number of people suffering from painful and debilitating osteoporotic fractures. The new devices developments are based on cutting edge technologies in the fields of advanced manufacturing, nanotechnology, biotechnology and Internet of Things (IoT).
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