Beyond its object of study and its innovative results, the project is also relevant because, for the first time, it has been developed in a coordinated way by students from two of the four campuses of the University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia (UVic -UCC): UElisava and UVic. They are, in particular, four students of the Undergraduate Degree in Industrial Design Engineering at UElisava, Nim Carbonell, Gerard Estrada, María Jesús de Pouplana and Pau Daura, and a student of the degree in Biotechnology at the UVic Campus, Júlia Guri. All of them have worked together on their respective final degree projects, combining different disciplines in a single project.
The project was carried out within the research area on bone remodelling of the Tissue Repair and Regeneration Research Group (TR2Lab – Tissue Repair and Regeneration Laboratory) at UVic-UCC, and was directed by PhD Juan Crespo, researcher and professor at Elisava, and PhD Xavier Jordana, researcher and professor at the UAB, both members of TR2Lab. Academic tutors were Professor Marco Gesualdo, from Elisava, and PhD Marta Otero, from UVic, director of TR2Lab.