Scientist-entrepreneur Prof. Elisseeff from Johns Hopkins University on her latest biomedical materials venture Aegeria and translating research to business.
Researchers investiage the effect of mussel-inspired polydopamine functionalization on the behavior of skeletal myoblasts.
New center will allow researchers to work closely together on projects in the field of regenerative medicine, an area with a promising...
Researchers fabricate controllable scaffolds from functionalised Kappa carrageenan, a naturally occurring polymer.
Reviewing the development of tissue adhesives and sealants and examining the latest advances.
It has been shown that resilin-like polypeptides are a potential material for cardiovascular tissue engineering.
Scientists have developed a novel nerve construct: artificial hybrid conducting polymer-hydrogel conduits are used to repair peripheral nerve gaps.
A research team have loaded microgels onto a nanofiber scaffold to combat bacterial infection during tissue regeneration procedures.
Researchers have engineered a protein biomaterial to generate mimics of human skeletal muscle to study the effect of injury and disease on...
Plasma polymerization technique is used to modify the surface of a biologically inert substrate for the purpose of enhancing cell adhesion.