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Silk-based biomaterials gain importance in biomedicals
Sep 13, 2017 (United States Of America)
Silk-based biomaterials (SBBs) are gaining a firm foothold in the field of biomedicals. Easily available in volumes, durable, and simple to process, S ...
BeoCare, Fra Production form strategic alliance
Sep 06, 2017 (United States Of America)
BeoCare Group, one of the leading North-American manufacturers of knitted medical textiles, and Fra Production of Italy have entered into a strategic ...
Use of PEEK implants in clinical practice increasing
Sep 05, 2017 (United Kingdom)
Research projects presented at the latest International PEEK Meeting in Washington, DC highlight the increasing adoption of PEEK implants in clinical ...
3M develops 3M 4076 extended wear medical tape
Aug 30, 2017 (United States Of America)
3M medical materials and technologies business has developed a new acrylic-based nonwoven tape named 4076 extended wear medical tape, that offers long ...
Silk to be used for improving wearable body sensors
Aug 24, 2017 (United States Of America)
From smart socks to workout clothes that measure exertion, wearable body sensors have become an important technology. Scientists from China report tha ...
Standard Textile, Vestagen in partnership for Vestex
Aug 18, 2017 (United States Of America)
Standard Textile and Vestagen Protective Technologies have announced a strategic partnership to market Vestex Active Barrier garments, designed to min ...
DFWHC, Vestagen promoting Vestex healthcare apparel
Aug 11, 2017 (United States Of America)
The Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC) and Vestagen Protective Technologies have joined hands to promote the company’s Vestex Active Barrier h ...
Vanderbilt engineers design underwear for back pain
Aug 05, 2017 (United States Of America)
A team of Vanderbilt University engineers has addressed the problem of back ache in a special way – it has come out with a smart, mechanised undergarm ...
FDA calls Celliant products as medical devices
Jul 29, 2017 (United States Of America)
Hologenix, maker of Celliant, the world's most advanced, clinically tested responsive textile technology, has announced that the US Food and Drug Admi ...
Vanderbilt’s team makes electricity from human motion
Jul 27, 2017 (United States Of America)
Vanderbilt University's Nanomaterials and Energy Devices Laboratory has developed a new, ultrathin energy harvesting system which generates small amou ...
 
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