Biomaterials Videos

Biomaterials Videos
A great video showing the latest in nano therapy in combatting cancer. This video demonstrate the production of drug encapsulated nanoparticles and the delivery process of the nanoparticle to a targetted brain tumor. Excellent video demonstrating the use of nanoparticles as a drug delivery system for cancer.
A panel of experts from a wide range of industries come together to discuss whether or not nanotechnology can help increase the life span of human beings. With genetic alteration and genetic therapies.
Material scientists are developing carbon nanotubes to regenerate bone within the body to overcome some of the challenges and limitations of conventional bone implants. They are proposing to coating the carbon nanotube bone scaffold with collagen to promote new bone regeneration.
This video detail the proper setup for taking Raman measurements using the Ocean Optics Q65000 Spectrometer. Once setup is complete it takes you through the steps of performing a basic Raman measurement using a Ramen spectrometer.
A video demonstration looking at the molecular level of Superelastic Carbon Nanotube Aerogel Muscles.
A discussion of the various materials that are used in the articulating surfaces of total hip replacements. Systems included are metal on metal, ceramic on ceramic and metal on plastic (UHMWPE).
A video demonstrating how nanotechnoloyg is revolutionising the future of medical detection. The development and advacnement of nanoscale detection sensorssa are giving scientists the ability to detect cancer and other diseases at its early stages. This video shows the development of two such sensors made only possible by embracing micro and nanotechnology.
A excellent video showing an in-depth view at a molecular level how biological machines work and how advancement in scientific instrument and nanotechnology has helped in further understanding molecular machines. The video also explain how Darwin's theory applies to understanding molecular interactions.
Ground breaking work has shown how a Innov-X portable handheld x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzer can be used in forensic science. It has the advantage that it can be used to analyze evidence in situ, without it being disturbed. In this video, the interviewee talks about how the XRF has been used to identify people from dental materials.
The iPhone app from AZoM.com gives you the world of materials in the palm of your hand. It offers you a totally portable way to locate materials solutions, suppliers and products as well as providing you with the latest materials news, conveniently broken down into categories to suit various industry sectors.
A video clip shows how the Suzuki Precision is pushing the limits, as customer needs are becoming more demanding in fields such as medical science, biotechnology and the semiconductor industry witht he advancement of nanotechnology. These industries are requiring more sophisticated cutting tools and cutting processes with various types of metal are required. In particular Suzuki Precision works with titanium developing processing technologies to produce cost effective finished items.
Ever been asked what materials science is? If so, just send people to this apage for the answer. An interesting compilation put together by the staff and students at the Department of Materials Science at UNSW.
This video shows just how simple the FEI Phenom personal electron microscope is to use. School children use the microscope to examine some real like samples and demonstrate the user friendly operator interface.
This short video demonstrates the operation of the Spectro-Visc kinematic temperature bath viscometer from Spectro Inc. The instrument features ease of use, rapid sample measurement times and low maintenance. With a measurement time of 3-4 mins per sample, the Spectro-Visc is suited to high throughput labs.
Interesting video showing the latest development in artificial joint material using carbon nanotubes. Using nanobiotechnology and carbon nanotubes, researchers have developed a material for use in the acetabular cup that wears less than more conventional materials such as polyethylene and ceramics. They hope to extend the life of these artificial joints beyond the 15-20 years that is currently the norm.
A video clip showing the current, near term and future applications of Rapid Prototyping in the medical industry.
A video clip discussing the approach of how emerging nanomaterials in medicine are being engineered and how existing material properties are being optimized for producing new nanomaterials. These emerging nanomaterials are the work of interdisciplinary collaboration between different fields within the scientific community.
The DForce from Admet is a low force mechanical testing system capabale of carrying out static and dynamic mechical testing operations. It is suited to fatigue testing biomedical materials such as stents and tubing.
The evolution of materials provided by Ceradyne. Provides a review of where advanced ceramics are used, which is almost everywhere, although you may not realise it.
The newest in innovative medical material is the nano-composite hydrogel or NC Gel. This video demonstrate the medical applications of NC Gel which display good mechanical properties, transparencies and is made of 90% ordinary water suitable for various biological applications. Not only that, it is also environmentally friendly.
This video shows Fatigue test on spinal implant with a Zwick servo-hydraulic testing machine (H10) according to ISO 12189, ASTMT 2077, ASTM F 2347
The video demonstrate the development of a new highly conductive film that can be stretched like rubber. It has many application in electronic circuitry and in particularly in the development of artificial skin incorporated with sensors.
In real life forensics, people burned beyond recognition, who may not be able to be identified from fingerprints or DNA can be identified from dental fillings. Due to the fact most manufacturers make dental resins with differing compositions, researchers have been able to match the dental resins, back to a database and dental records and consequently identify people.
Katherine Kellersberg discusses MALDI Molecular Imaging within Bruker products at WMIC in Savannah.
This video from Zwick shows fully automatic Zwick hardness testing machine with a motorized displacement unit.
This video from Thermo Scientific shows EN 12469 certified biological safety cabinets. These cabinets offer protection to both user and the sample.
Introducing the New Portable Screening device for Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) from Elektron Technology.
Splitting powder samples into representative samples quickly and easily using the Quantachrome Micro Rotary Riffler.
An animated video clip demonstrating the procedure and process of installing a hip implant.
This video from Zwick shows how a biaxial test is performed an a biomaterial/tissue sample. The testing machine in question features 4 high resolution linear drives and can test samples at controlled temperatures using a bath.
A video showing what tissue engineers are doing to develop new ways to repair body organs and body replacement parts using three-dimensional printers. Tissue engineers are using biopaper( biocompatible gel ) and bioink which contains cell to generate a biocompatible structure for the body in hope that someday this technology will enter into the operating room.
This video shows OEM Manufacturing and capabilities from Thermo Scientific. The Thermo Scientific OEM Molecular Biology products and services offer options with long term sustainability.
A video showing what scientists use to image the neuron network of the spine and also brain cells. The interaction of the neuron along the spine and the brain is also discussed as well. This imaging techinque allows medical researchers the ability to distinguish between healthy neuron network to those that are damaged.
This video from Zwick shows how a tensile test is performed an artificial tissue sample. Testing machine( 2,5 kN) with a temperature-controlled bath and a video-extensometer (videoXtens)
The features of this new production technology include its use of precious metals that have high melting points as the tube material, which is then deposited on a linear surface. Subsequently, only the surface material is removed to create a hollow structure. This technology reduces defects, improves rigidity, and can produce complex forms coated with pharmaceutical agents.
Bruker Fourier 60 - Compact FT-NMR with Permanent Magnet Offers High-Resolution Spectra, Outstanding Ease of Use and Industry-leading TopSpin™ Software
This video from Zwick shows horizontal testing systems with a integrated bath for catheder guide wires testing.
This video shows the features of the ASPEX Rx foreign particle analyzer for characterization of particles of pharmaceutical products. The ASPEX Rx is a "dedicated interface" product exclusively designed for the automated detection, counting, and characterization of sub-micron particulate material in the pharmaceutical industry. Developed in conjunction with one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies, it represents the only integrated solution for microcontamination quality control on the pharmaceutical production floor.
The various capabilities and biomaterial research projects at GKSS Centre for Biomaterial Development are described. These include projects to develop polymeric biomaterials for wound healing, controlled drug delivery, artificial urethras, biomimetic materials, as well as materials for skin and bone regeneration.
This video shows Zwick materials testing machine (Zwicki-Line) with testing software testXpert II