Article - 3 Apr 2001
Parylenes (or parxylylenes)are a family of polymers that can be used as a protective coating. They can be used for protection of artefacts as well as in the electronics and medical industries.
Article - 15 Jul 2002
Titanium and certain titanium alloys are useful biomaterials dues to their physical, mechanical and chemical properties. Their behaviour in the human body and applications in orthopaedics and...
Article - 26 Feb 2001
The different types of biomaterials and their classifications (inert, active and resorbable) are defined and key properties are given.
Article - 8 Jan 2007
Wear resistance makes ceramics suited to artificial joints and electrical properties make them suitable for implantable electronics.
News - 17 May 2009
Thixomat, Inc., an Ann Arbor, MI based technology development company, is introducing its new Nanomag technology for the production and marketing of high strength, light weight magnesium sheet with...
News - 19 May 2014
Researchers at The University of Akron are again spinning inspiration from spider silk — this time to create more efficient and stronger commercial and biomedical adhesives that could, for...
News - 25 Sep 2008
A team of researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) will receive $1 million in federal and state grants to advance the critical development of neuroprosthetics—next-generation...
Article - 7 Jul 2014
In this interview, Professor Iain Gibson, Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) at SIRAKOSS, talks to AZoM about the development of their MaxSi™ Graft technology.
News - 13 Sep 2006
Invibio®, a leading provider of biomaterial solutions to the medical device market, today announced the launch of ENDOLIGN™ composite, a new biocompatible carbon fiber-reinforced...
Article - 2 May 2003
A review of literature published on the in vitro biocompatibility of zirconia ceramics is presented. Cytotoxicity testing and haemolytic testing of bulk, particulate and fibres are covered. Results...