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Biomaterials news, December 2014

Researchers have found a way of binding peptides to the surface of gallium nitride (GaN).

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A novel conductive, easy-to-process polymer synthesized could be promising for bio-applications such as bionic devices.

Densified porous titanium scaffolds loaded could improve mechanical properties and bioactivity of implants in orthopedics and dentistry.

Future fitness trackers could soon add blood-oxygen levels to the list of vital signs measured with new technology developed.

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Inexpensive hydrolyzable polymer could help in biomedicine and degradable materials.

Super thin lenses could find use in both consumer electronics and bioimaging.

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