Article - 14 Nov 2003
Researchers have created a strong and flexible, nacre-like material suited to aircraft and biomedical applications. Posted May 27 2003
Article - 16 Apr 2004
Tiny "nanotubes" that assemble themselves using the same chemistry as DNA could be ideal for creating better artificial joints and other body implants. Posted April 13 2004
Article - 11 Jul 2006
The biomedical industry is Australia's strongest biotechnology sub-sector. Australian capabilities in the biomedical sub-sector are particularly focused on products such as therapeutics, diagnostics,...
Article - 5 Jul 2005
Nanobiotechnology techniques can be applied in many areas of medicine, including diagnostics, implants, gene analysis, protein analysis, tissue engineering, artificial organs and therapeutics. This...
Article - 18 Dec 2017
Tribology is the science of wear, friction and lubrication which has been utilized in biomedical applications. Medical grade metals and alloys can provide internal support in the body and are...
Article - 21 Mar 2013
Bioactive materials are used to interact with or have an effect on tissue in the human body. Nanocomposites are a natural choice when designing bioactive materials, as many biological structures and...
Article - 23 Aug 2006
The vision for nano-assisted regenerative medicine is the development of cost-effective disease-modifying therapies that will allow for in-situ tissue regeneration.
Article - 5 Nov 2003
Biomedical engineers at Purdue University have proven that bone cells attach better to metals with nanometer-scale surface features. Posted October 28 2003
Article - 29 Oct 2004
Using nanoparticles, lab-on-a-chip technology, microfluidics and molecular carriers could produce advanced drug delivery techniques, while new materials might improve implants and prosthetics, and...
Article - 11 Feb 2004
Researchers at the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Information Technologies in Poland are working on the development of trees that don’t produce wood but make plastic, metals, metal alloys and...