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Biomaterials news, January 2023

A novel, injectable nanofiber-hydrogel composite loaded with stem cells can effectively treat the perianal fistulas associated with Crohn’s disease.

Electrode screen-printing process for health monitoring

new scaffold material support bone regeneration and regrowth, while reducing chance of infection

Italian researchers look to cellulose and carbon for ingestible devices

Researchers have created a biopolymer sensor for detecting various pathogens and molecules that can be printed onto a wide range of materials.

Researchers have found a way to stop cellulose nanocrystals from clumping together in liquid, by covering them in negatively charged cellulose chains.

A new catalyst technology can convert corn into chemicals used in the manufacture of products such as paints, coatings and diapers.

incorporating bacteria-derived biomass directly into biocomposites could save costs

electrochemical, microfluidic polymer-based biosensor uses CRISPR assays to offer quick, low-cost, accurate point-of-care testing for SARS-CoV-2 infection

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