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Professor Dr Hans Jurgen Hohling   Hans Jürgen Höhling (Institut für Medizinische Physik und Biophysik der Universität Münster, Robert-Koch-Str. 31, Germany)
General scientific interests: electron microscopy.
Detailed scientific research interests: biocrystallography, biomineralization, calcification, mineralization, normal and pathological hard tissue formation.
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Professor Alberto Ripamonti   Alberto Ripamonti (Università di Bologna, Dip. di Chimica, Italy)
Detailed scientific research interests: bioinorganic crystal growth, biomaterial, biopolymers, calcification, phosphates.
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Professor Norberto Roveri   Norberto Roveri (Università di Bologna, Dip. di Chimica, Italy)
General scientific interests: synchrotron radiation.
Detailed scientific research interests: biological carbonates, biological phosphates, biomaterial, biomechanics, biopolymers, bone, calcification, SAXS.
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Scientific Union Member of the International Science Council (admitted 1947). Member of CODATA, the ISC Committee on Data. Partner with UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization in the International Year of Crystallography 2014.

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