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Other materials stories that may be of interest

By April Gocha / March 28, 2018

Inducing superconductivity in tungsten disulfide monolayer, liquid-to-glass transition process gains clarity, and other materials stories that may be of interest for March 28, 2018.

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Patient stories inspire at Innovations in Biomedical Materials meeting

By April Gocha / August 2, 2016

Last weekend’s Innovations in Biomedical Materials conference in Chicago, Ill., brought together around 100 scientists, medical professionals, and biomedical technology manufacturers and marketers to discuss the latest findings on new materials for biomedical applications, with a focus on cross-pollination to develop emerging technologies into marketable biomedical products.

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Strong yet light: Ceramic-polymer composite microstructures built using 3D laser lithography

By April Gocha / February 12, 2014

German group builds high-strength low-density ceramic-polymer composite microstructures using 3D laser lithography.

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New coextrusion process for making 3D highly porous materials from alumina–camphene slurry

By Eileen De Guire / February 4, 2014

Korean researchers report on a new coextrusion process for making 3D highly porous materials from alumina–camphene slurry.

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Microwaving of hydroxyapatite, ZrO2 combo yields promising strong bone graft scaffold

By / July 24, 2012

Photographs of the mechanically strong and biocompatible hydroxyapatite/t-ZrO2 composite scaffolds prepared by microwave sintering at 1,300°C (a, b), 1,400°C (c, d) and 1500°C (e, f). Credit: Jang et al.; Science and Technology of Advanced Materials. A group of Korean researchers at Soonchunhyang University who have been working on developing various types of a bone-like scaffolds to…

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Reactive fillers to produce wollastonite bioceramics

By Martin Grolms / May 3, 2012

Examples of 3D wollastonite-based scaffold from preceramic polymers with reactive fillers. This sample from is from fused deposition, after ceramization. Credit: E. Bernardo et. al.; Adv. Eng. Mater. The main problem with the production of preceramic polymers is the formation of cracks and pores upon heat treatment. It is associated with the gas release and shrinkage occurring…

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