News - 24 Mar 2005
The University of Kent is collaborating with research teams from the University of Warwick, Imperial College London and University College London (UCL) to develop novel forms of degradable glass for a...
News - 12 Jan 2005
Biophan Technologies will demonstrate its proprietary ceramic motors for use in a wide range of medical and life science devices at the Medical Design and Manufacturing West (MD&M West)...
Article - 26 Jul 2002
A new shape memory biodegradable polymer has been developed that is suitable for biomedical applications such as sutures and stents. The material, how it works and other uses are all outlined.
News - 8 Mar 2016
EOS supports the University of Michigan in customising a biocompatible material for additively manufacturing medical implants
An adolescent girl has received novel, 3D-printed tracheal splints...
News - 18 Jan 2009
Jeremy Gilbert, Ph.D. of Syracuse University will chair the organizing committee for the 2009 Conference on Materials and Processes for Medical Devices (MPMD), organized by ASM International, The...
News - 25 Mar 2010
Arrhythmic hearts soon may beat in time again, with minimal surgical invasion, thanks to flexible electronics technology developed by a team of University of Illinois researchers, in collaboration...
News - 9 Feb 2010
Twelve new grades of DuPont engineering polymers that meet demanding requirements for use in health care products and equipment are making their debut at the MD&M West exposition in Anaheim,...
Article - 27 Oct 2009
Gold is a biomedically inert material, making it suitable for implants. This includes gold-plated stents, medical diagnostics and implants, such as middle ear implants.
Article - 28 Sep 2009
This article highlights just a few of the ways in which materials testing can be used to evaluate orthopaedic implants.
Article - 12 Feb 2004
A team of Singaporean researchers have developed a biodegradable material for use in repairing holes in skulls, often made during surgery. The polycaprolactone material has advantages over titanium...