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    Renishaw is a global company with core skills in measurement, motion control, additive manufacturing and precision machining. The company also specialises in the production of high quality optical...
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    Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (NYSE: TMO) is the world leader in serving science, with revenues of more than $20 billion and approximately 70,000 employees globally. Our mission is to enable our...
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    Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis provides leading-edge tools that enable materials characterisation and sample manipulation at the nanometre scale. Used on electron microscopes and ion-beam systems,...
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    With more than 60 years of innovation and leadership, FEI enables customers to find meaningful answers to questions that accelerate breakthrough discoveries, increase productivity, and ultimately...
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    With over 25 years of experience developing and manufacturing particle characterization instruments, Bettersize has introduced breakthrough technology in the field of particle size & shape...
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    SIRAKOSS is a young medical device company based in Scotland that has developed synthetic bone graft substitutes that will revolutionise the treatment of bone defects and fusions.  SIRAKOSS...
  • Article - 30 Nov 2005
    Titanium and cobalt alloys were subjected to a biomimetic process mimicing human blood plasma or a simulated body fluid in order to coat the surface with a bone like ceramic apatite layer.
  • News - 17 May 2018
    A research team from the Department of Solid State Chemistry of the Lobachevsky University worked under Dr. Evgeny Bulanov to devise an innovative technique for obtaining bismuth-containing...
  • News - 5 Dec 2005
    Biomimetic processes mimic the bodies own bone formation and deposition processes. The biomimetic process can be used impart bioactive characteristics onto otherwise bioinert biocompatible materials...
  • Article - 20 Sep 2005
    The role of crystal chemistry in developing ceramic materials for high level radioactive waste immobilisation is reviewed. Synroc, a ceramic material utilising 4 titanate phases was produced that was...