About the Project

Providing a better world for the elderly

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Bone aging reduces the quality of life of the elderly and puts social and economic burden on society. Aging bones fail more easily when challenged mechanically or with toxicants or pollutants, and respond differently to drugs than healthy bone.

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To personalize therapies and enable better preventive care for the elderly it is essential to develop reliable and sustainable in vitro models of aged bone tissue alternative to animal tests which often fail to capture human-specific features.

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  • Establish a multidisciplinary research network that brings together experts from technical and medical disciplines

    • Targeting sustainable and reliable procedures for innovative adjunctive interventions for treatment and pain management of bone damages in the elderly and people with special needs
  • Train a group of scientists and technologists

    • To increase knowledge and exploit the research outcomes

Who we are

A consortium of academic partners and SMEs

REGENERATION will involve 7 participants from 4 countries
(Italy, France, Greece and Switzerland) and with 3 academic partners and 4 SMEs.

  • 7 Participants
  • 4 Countries
  • 3 Academic Partners
  • 4 SMEs
Project Goal

We aim to make life better for the elderly and reduce the economic and social burden on society

The development of reliable and sustainable in vitro models of aged bone tissue is essential to create personalized therapies and to enable better preventive care for the elderly.

Project Aims

  • build a multidisciplinary research network involving experts of technical and medical disciplines to merge their expertise and exploit possible synergies for the development of reliable and sustainable in vitro cell models of healthy and aged bone tissue treated with or without QMR (Quantum Molecular Resonance)
  • train a cohort of scientists and technologists in exploiting the model features to increase knowledge on the effects of aging on bone biology and mechanobiology, and on bone response to QMR, to leverage the use of cell models in clinics and basic/industrial research labs

Specific Objectives

  • Development of QMR procedure for making   bone tissue porous scaffold



  • Development of QMR procedure for   increased cell culture proliferation   differentiation and transfection



  • Transfer of Knowledge and Multidisciplinary   Integration of Competences

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