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Biomaterials news, December 2016

Scientists have chemically-modified sawdust to make it oil-attracting and buoyant, and thus ideal for cleaning up oil spills in the Arctic.

novel hemostatic treatment based on a shape memory polymer (SMP) foam combined with an antibacterial hydrogel suitable for deep wounds

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Professor Allan S. Hoffman wins 2017 Acta Biomaterialia Gold Medal.

DMS from biofouling of plastic could attract foraging seabirds.

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