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    Plantic Technologies Ltd is commercialising research from the Australian Cooperative Research Centre for International Food Manufacture and Packaging Science. Plantic manufactures, under a...
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    Australian company PolyNovo Biomaterials Pty Ltd develops a range of biocompatible and biodegradable polymers for use in medical devices, transdermal drug delivery and bone repair procedures....
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    Empower Materials Inc. produces the QPACR line of carbon dioxide-based polymers used for improving manufacturing technologies. Empower Materials Inc. was founded in 1991 as PAC Polymers Inc. and...
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    Creative Diagnostics provides highly uniform nanoparticles widely used in biology and medicine, including colloidal gold nanoparticles, silver nanoparticles, silica nanoparticles, titania...
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    PlasmaChem GmbH was founded 1993 in Mainz. In 2005 the company moved from Mainz to Berlin and is now located in the district Adlershof - the "City of Science and Media" —...
  • Article - 6 Feb 2004
    Georgia Institute of Technology researchers are working on fabrication techniques for microneedles that can painlessly deliver drugs, proteins and nanoparticles through human skin.
  • News - 29 Oct 2015
    A plastic derived from cornstarch combined with a volcanic ash compound, Montmorillonite clay, could help heal the bones of hundreds of thousands of patients with orthopedic injuries who need bone...
  • News - 3 Apr 2011
    Scientists at the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) and IBM Research - Almaden have developed the first biodegradable polymer nanoparticles to combat drug-resistant superbugs, such...
  • News - 11 Sep 2007
    In work that could lead to safe and effective techniques for gene therapy, MIT researchers have found a way to fine-tune the ability of biodegradable polymers to deliver genes. Gene therapy, which...
  • Article - 20 Mar 2020
    Polymers can be used for a better analysis of how plastics break down into nanoplastics in different environments.