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  • Article - 14 May 2002
    The densities of a variety of biomaterials are compared to those of teeth, bone and other related materials. Biomaterials covered include orthopaedic, dental and vascular materials.
  • Article - 9 May 2002
    The benefits of coating metallic implants with hydroxyapatite are many. These are outlined as are the varous methods that have been used to try and produce hydroxyapatite coatings. Some of the...
  • Article - 5 Mar 2002
    Researchers can now control DNA biomolecules with radio waves. The ultimate goal of this work will be to use biological machines to perform tasks on a molecular scale.
  • Article - 26 Feb 2001
    The different types of biomaterials and their classifications (inert, active and resorbable) are defined and key properties are given.
  • Article - 23 Feb 2001
    Hydroxyapatite is a calcium phosphate ceramic that is used as a biomaterial. It one of few materials that elicit an active response in the body and bonds directly to bone. It is also the mineral...
  • Article - 31 Aug 2021
    Recently, a novel polymeric 3D printing resin-ink has been developed by 4D Biomaterials, called 4Degra™, a polycarbonate-urethane-based polymer that undergoes non-toxic biodegradation; its properties...
  • Article - 28 Mar 2002
    In 1803, Wollaston discovered the palladium metal. It occurs along with other metals belonging to the platinum group in Placer deposits in Australia, Russia, Ethiopia, North America, and South...
  • Article - 26 Oct 2001
    Vinyl is the most widely used medical polymer in use today. Several properties including flexibility, durability, compatibility, sterilisability and low cost contribute to its use in applications such...
  • Article - 20 Jul 2001
    Cobalt is a brittle, hard metal white in appearance resembling nickel but with a bluish tinge instead of the yellow of nickel. It imparts hardness to steels and alloys. Radioactive cobalt 60 has many...
  • 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.

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