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Biomaterials news, June 2014

Keep up to date on bioactive glasses

A new virtual special issue on these fascinating materials.

Biological ferroelectrics

New studies demonstrate the ferroelectricity of elastin

Researchers from Brown have simplified matters by using a stiff, rod-like virus instead of DNA to experiment with nanopores.

Leading materials scientists join the conference.

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Free access to conference presentations, covering biosensors, graphene and diamond.

A bioactive glass scaffold could make the repair of complex bone and tooth defects much easier.

Shrimp inspires a new design for tougher carbon fiber-epoxy composites.

The road to more efficient delivery of bone regenerating growth factors, with greater accuracy and at a lower cost.

Scientists have developed a method using DNA origami to turn one-dimensional nano materials into two dimensions.

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