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Bioactive device design, development and batch manufacture

Bioactive device design, development and batch manufacture

  • Clinical Delivery
  • Pre-clinical Testing
  • Product Design
  • Product Manufacture
  • Research & Development
  • All
  • Biological & Biomimetic Materials
  • Near-Patient Manufacture
  • Newcastle University
  • Wide range of additive manufacture, 3d printing and moulding technques to fabricate macro and micro porous bioactive structures in biopolymers (natural and synthetic), bioceramic and biocomposite materials.

    Ability to scale up to provide batches of hundreds of devices for device level mechanical and biological evaluation.

    Able to undertake device level characterisation of ... More info

    Bioactive material development

    Bioactive material development

  • Pre-clinical Testing
  • Product Manufacture
  • Research & Development
  • All
  • Biological & Biomimetic Materials
  • Near-Patient Manufacture
  • Newcastle University
  • Expertise and laboratory scale facilities for polymer and ceramic synthesis, and for the assessment of their mechanical and biological properties using in vitro assays and a wide range of physical property tests (DMA, DSC, XRD, XPS, SEM, TEM, TOF-SIMS).

    Spray dry and extrusion facilities for the preparation of nanocomposites.

    A range of ... More info

    Biocompatibility/immunology of prosthetic wear particles and biomaterials

    Biocompatibility/immunology of prosthetic wear particles and biomaterials

  • Research & Development
  • All
  • Biological & Biomimetic Materials
  • University of Leeds
  • Leeds has a unique capability in developing testing methods to understand the biological consequences of exposure to biomaterials for tissue replacement in the musculoskeletal system. Examples of Leeds’ range of capability include: development of biocompatibility assays for a range of biomaterials; understanding how wear debris particles of a medical device interact ... More info

    Decellularisation process for human tissue

    Decellularisation process for human tissue

  • Research & Development
  • All
  • Biological & Biomimetic Materials
  • University of Leeds
  • iMBE has extensive capability and know-how in a unique decellularisation process for human tissues. Supported by an intellectual property portfolio on immunocompatible biomimetic natural scaffolds, and led by Professor Eileen Ingham in the Faculty of Biological Sciences, the University of Leeds are researching and developing functional soft tissue solutions for musculoskeletal ... More info

    Development of analysis methods for decellularisation

    Development of analysis methods for decellularisation

  • Research & Development
  • All
  • Biological & Biomimetic Materials
  • University of Leeds
  • Leeds has a unique capability in research towards clinical and commercial translation of biological scaffolds in musculoskeletal and cardiovascular applications. The expertise is in the development of functional processes and analysis methods of biological scaffolds. This is based upon experience and know-how of our investigators, and their understanding of tissues based ... More info

    Manufacture of Bulk and Porous microspheres

    Manufacture of Bulk and Porous microspheres

  • Clinical Delivery
  • Product Design
  • Product Manufacture
  • Research & Development
  • All
  • Biological & Biomimetic Materials
  • Near-Patient Manufacture
  • Stratified Design & Manufacture
  • University of Nottingham
  • Very recent developments at Nottingham have resulted in creation of a Platform Technology for manufacture of microspheres from glass, glass-ceramic and ceramics.

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    Micromoulding of high precision miniature products with specific surface features

    Micromoulding of high precision miniature products with specific surface features

  • Clinical Delivery
  • Product Design
  • Product Manufacture
  • Research & Development
  • All
  • Biological & Biomimetic Materials
  • Stratified Design & Manufacture
  • University of Bradford
  • A second case of our ‘Process Structuring’ is micromoulding – high speed, high precision moulding of 3-d components typically with large surface area to volume ratios.  The Polymer IRC at Bradford houses the international Polymer Micro & Nano Technology laboratory with Wittman Battenfeld MicroPower (x2, each 15 tonne clamp force) ... More info

    Solid Phase orientation of biomedical or inert polymers

    Solid Phase orientation of biomedical or inert polymers

  • Clinical Delivery
  • Product Design
  • Product Manufacture
  • Research & Development
  • All
  • Biological & Biomimetic Materials
  • Near-Patient Manufacture
  • Stratified Design & Manufacture
  • University of Bradford
  • The Polymer IRC at Bradford has unique worldwide experimental and modelling facilities for ‘process structuring’, in this first case for  deformation processing of polymers in the solid phase.  Our extensive range of processes, particularly die drawing (invented by us) allow us to obtain oriented materials in solid or hollow section ... More info