Bioengineering and Novel Biomaterials

Biomaterials are natural or synthetic materials that are manufactured and designed to replace materials present in biological systems such as collegen, bone, blood vessels and certain body tissues. Such materials are biocompatible and do not cause fouling or inflammation at the implant site. This field of material science emerged as an interdisciplinary subject that includes chemistry, biology and medicine. Various class of materials are included in this field including, biocompatible metals and ceramics and also a large collection of Polymeric materials.

Bioengineering involves tissue engineering where lost tissue or damaged tissue is replaced by tissue grown artificially using tissue engineering techniques. Biocompatible scaffolds are utilized to grow the tissue or organs, often composed of Biopolymers or nanocomposite materials.

  • Nanocomposites for biomedical applications
  • Tissue engineered hydrogels
  • Biomimetic porous Mg for bone regeneration
  • Biodegradable Polymer Networks for Biomedical Applications.
  • Functionalized Silk Fibroin Hydrogel for bone repair
  • Three-dimensional (3D) Printed Scaffold and Material Selection
  • Extracellular Matrix-Mimicking Material
  • FasL-functionalized PLG scaffolds
  • Collagen scaffolds for bone tissue engineering
  • Fiber Reinforced Composites (FRCs) in Dentistry
  • Biofabrication of Electrospun Scaffolds for the Regeneration of connective tissues


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