Bone regeneration processes are complex multiscale intrinsic mechanisms in bone tissue whose primary outcome is restoring function and form to a bone insufficiency. The effect of mechanics on the newly formed bone (the woven bone), is fundamental, at the tissue, cellular or even molecular scale. However, at these multiple scales, the identification of the mechanical parameters and their mechanisms of action are still unknown and continue to be investigated. This concept of mechanical regulation of biological processes is the main premise of mechanobiology and is used in this seminar to understand the multiscale response of the woven bone to mechanical factors in different bone regeneration processes: bone transport, bone lengthening and tissue engineering. The importance of a multidisciplinary approach that includes both in vivo and in silico modeling will be remarked during the seminar.