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Three Horizon 2020 projects: "PANBioRA: Personalised and generalised integrated biomaterial risk assessment", MSCA ITN project "PREMUROSA - Precision medicine for musculoskeletal regeneration, prosthetics, and active ageing", and "ExcellMater: Twinning to excel materials engineering for medical devices" jointly organised a very successful session entitled: "Strategies to enhance musculoskeletal regeneration: from bench to bedside" at the 6th world congress of the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS2021). The session provided a comprehensive insight into the strategies for musculoskeletal regeneration and it was a source of information on the latest achievements in the area thanks to the renowned speakers. Besides participants in the projects organising the session, many other researchers were attracted to the session, which is a key benchmark that the topic was interesting and relevant. In general, this session was a successful outcome of the collaboration among Horizon 2020 projects and at the same time, encouragement for similar activities to be organised in the future. Here, a short overview of the session is presented.
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