Marine mussels are unbeatable when it comes to underwater adhesive strategies. They can attach to virtually all surfaces, tenaciously sustaining their bonds in saltwater and turbulent wave-swept conditions.
Analytical method enables surface analysis at experimental conditions mimicking oil reservoirs.
Within biomaterials research and development, hydroxyapatite (HA) is well known for its biocompatible properties, particularly in bone bonding, and for its potency of rapid integration into the human body.
Wood-plastic composites are relatively new materials as they started to emerge at the beginning of the 90’s. The most widespread use of WCPs is in outdoor decking but it is also used in railings and siding as well as park benches and indoor furniture.
Read about the top 5 QSense sensor coatings used for biomaterials and medical device research
Biomaterials research with Professor Abraham Joy
Blood-material interactions are critical for performance and biocompatibility of implantable medical devices used in thousands of patients daily.
Surface roughness and wettability in paper and board
Wettability of a paper or board depends on the coatings and treatments done to it. By measuring the wettability, deviations in coatings and treatments can be observed