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ACS Publications is a nonprofit society publisher and a division of the American Chemical Society. Many of our 75+ peer-reviewed scholarly journals publish articles relating to biological and medicinal chemistry topics. We also support the global community of scientific researchers through digital books and courses from the ACS Institute.
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Acta Biomaterialia is an international journal that publishes peer-reviewed original research reports, review papers and communications in the broadly defined field of biomaterials science. The emphasis of the journal is on the relationship between biomaterial structure and function at all length scales.
Aleph Farms is an Israel-based food technology company designing new ways to grow quality animal products that improve sustainability, food security and animal welfare in our food systems.
Bioprinting full service solutions: Bioprinters, Biomaterials, Bioprinting consultation service. Our 3D bioprinters and bioinks are used by leading researchers worldwide to find solutions to humanity’s most difficult problems—to cure disease, to test novel drugs, to eliminate the organ waiting list, to build with life. Allevi by 3D Systems builds tools to design and engineer with life. Our desktop 3D bioprinters are the most versatile, powerful and easy-to-use bioprinters on the market. Allevi is trusted by leading researchers and industry giants in hundreds of labs worldwide. We are constantly inspired by our community of users who are performing world-class research on our platform.
Biomomentum manufactures and commercializes the Mach-1™ mechanical tester. This all-in-one upgradable multiaxial mechanical tester is designed for compression, tension, bending, shear, friction, torsion and 3D indentation mapping of tissues and biomaterials. Unlike other micro/nanoindenters, the Mach-1 is the only tester that can automatically map the shape and mechanical properties of curved samples in 3D. This feature is particularly useful in cartilage repair pre-clinical studies where it can easily and rapidly evaluate the mechanical properties of native or regenerated articular cartilage. The Mach-1™ is now used in many university labs and is deemed an excellent educational tool for students. It has helped hundreds of scientists around the world to enhance and publish their innovative research activities. Biomomentum is also a service provider of high quality organ culture models and mechanical testing on biomaterials and tissues.
Utilizing proprietary AFM features specifically designed for life sciences research, only Bruker’s Bio AFMs deliver the highest quality results for quantitative live-cell mechanical property mapping, highest resolution molecular and cellular imaging, and fast scanning of dynamic biological processes, as well as seamless integration of AFM with advanced optical microscopy techniques.
CaP Biomaterials is a US Based contract manufacturer of calcium phosphate biomaterials for medical devices. CaP uses an ISO 13485:2016 certified QMS, a state of the art in-house analytics lab and it’s 20,000 Sq.ft. production facility to manufacture high quality, cost-effective powders, granules and cement powders to customer specifications.
CellScale manufactures biomaterial and mechanobiology test systems, which are specifically designed for biomaterials testing and incorporate temperaturecontrolled media baths, image capture and analysis software, and a range of gripping mechanisms. The cell culture systems enable mechanically active environments in 2D or 3D.
Clemson University Department of Bioengineering 301 Rhodes Research Center
Clemson, SC 29634-0905 Phone: 864-656-3051 Website: https://www.clemson.edu/cecas/departments/bioe/
Clemson University’s Department of Bioengineering has been widely recognized as a pioneer in the field of biomaterials science and engineering and is renowned for its leadership in biomaterials research and education. One of the oldest in the world, Clemson’s bioengineering program began in 1963 with the inception of a Doctor of Philosophy. A Master of Science was added in 1966 and a Bachelor of Science in 2006. Clemson University is also known as the international birthplace of the field of biomaterials, the building blocks of medical devices. The Society For Biomaterials (SFB), which is the premier professional society in the field of bioengineering, began at Clemson in 1974.
Each year, the Society For Biomaterials solicits nominations for outstanding work in the Clemson Award categories: Clemson Award for Applied Research, Clemson Award for Basic Research and Clemson Award for Contributions to the Literature. The history of these awards reflects the strong ties between the Society For Biomaterials and Clemson University during the past three decades (List of past awardees). Clemson’s Department of Bioengineering is also the curator of the C. William Hall Biomaterials Documentation Center, an international database of archived documents in biomaterials.
We champion preservation in all its forms: Preserving food and food production, health, and the planet. We do this by using science to propel nature’s ingenuity. We passionately believe that only through collaboration can we be successful. In food, Corbion has developed increasingly from an ingredients business into a solutions business. We plan to expand on this solutions model with natural food preservation and functional systems as our core capabilities, enabling us to accelerate growth in close adjacencies.
Supported by an industry that is rapidly moving towards clean label/natural food solutions, we will leverage our strengths in preservation. Sustainable Food Solutions consist of three segments: Preservation, Functional systems, and Single Ingredients. In the Preservation segment, we intend to expand our (natural) preservation solutions from meat into other markets. In the Functional systems segment, we will focus on natural/clean label solutions in bakery and other markets. Both segments could be supported by bolt-on M&A. Emulsifiers will have a declining strategic fit going forward and will be managed for value. Other non-core activities such as co-packing blending, and frozen dough will be exited.
DataPhysics Instruments USA Corp.
4424 Taggart Creek Rd
Charlotte, NC 28208
Surface & Interfacial Science - Instruments & Testing Services; surface tension, contact angle, wettability, surface energy, adhesion, optical stability analysis of emulsions & dispersions - Contact Angle Goniometers, Surface Tensiometers, Zeta Potental Analysis, and Emulsion & Dispersion Stability Analyzers
Delong is proud to be the world leader in benchtop and compact Low Voltage Electron Microscopes (LVEM) and the only company offering Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEM) in a benchtop format. The company is also developing advanced electron-optical instruments, providing engineering design services and manufacturing precision parts and vacuum technology. Its main objective is to make electron microscopes more accessible and practical. Delong Instruments has developed the world’s first table-top TEM and specializes in low electron energy, which helps their microscopes to achieve high contrast of light elements and low radiation load, thus extending the range of observation methods.
We help institutions and professionals advance healthcare, open science and improve performance for the benefit of humanity. Combining content with technology, supported by operational efficiency, we turn information into actionable knowledge. Elsevier empowers knowledge which empowers those who use it.
Evonik, a leader for biomaterials, offers bioresorbable polymers, surface modification technologies, nature-identical biomaterials including non-animal derived recombinant collagen and biosynthetic cellulose, and custom CDMO services. Brand names include: RESOMER® bioresorbable polymers, Endexo® surface modification technology, VECOLLAN® recombinant collagen platform, and biocellic+ natural biosynthetic cellulose produced by fermentation.
Biomaterials manufacturing; biocompatible surface treatments for medical & dental implants. Across the globe, our biomaterials are used in medical devices, dental implants, orthopedic implants, prosthetics, and in laboratories each day. Himed continues to supply raw biomaterials for a wide variety of purposes as well as providing highly customizable biocompatible coating and texturing solutions with our MATRIX® line of surface treatments.
HTL is a worldwide biopolymer platform, with recognized R&D capabilities, and manufacturing capacities, providing innovative medical solutions to healthcare companies to transform the lives of millions of patients.
Jellagen Ltd is a medical technology company manufacturing next-generation collagen derived from jellyfish for medical and scientific research applications. Our mission is to commercialize Collagen Type 0 based on its many advantages over mammalian sources, while also exploring new therapeutic opportunities which arise from the unique qualities of Collagen Type 0 as a biomaterial. The Jellagen business model is based upon our deep belief in building sustainable sources for critical biomaterials which do not carry the environmental and human health risks of traditional collagen sources.
At the Organ Manufacturing Group in Manchester, New Hampshire we are building patient specific organs with biomaterials at subcellular resolution. Our mission is to manufacture an unlimited supply of transplantable organs for patients in need.
The leading global full-service medical device, diagnostics & biologics CRO & consulting advisory firm. MCRA is the leading industry-specialized, multi-service, employee-based, integrated business that assists clients in the entire technology life cycle, from research and development, through commercialization. Our team provides services to a wide range of organizations in the healthcare industry, including start-ups to the world's leading healthcare organizations, as well as all types of financial investors, global manufacturers, and individuals. MCRA’s core clientele consists of all arenas of medical devices, with a concentrated focus on neuro-musculoskeletal healthcare; this includes all industry sub-niches that involve orthopedic, cardiology, diagnostic imaging, sports medicine, tissue regeneration, biologics/orthobiologics/biomaterials, orthotic/prosthetic, wound care, invitro diagnostics, and imaging/software devices.
Our electrospinning and electrospraying equipment is designed for precision fabrication of micro and nano scale fibers and particles, aided by full environmental control of global process parameters. Multiple configurations are available and are scalable from benchtop design for use in any lab space, to fully automated equipment for industrial manufacturing.
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, NIBIB/NIH
31 Center Drive, Suite 1C14
Bethesda, MD 20892
The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) is committed to improving human health by leading the development and accelerating the application of biomedical technologies. The Institute is committed to integrating the physical and engineering sciences with the life sciences to advance basic research and medical care.
We harness technology to solve healthcare problems, transforming disease diagnosis and prognosis while improving patient care. NIBIB is supporting the next generation of interdisciplinary researchers across the career continuum. From undergraduate through post-doctoral and junior investigators, NIBIB training programs support everything from short-courses to mentored research to supplements to promote diversity in the scientific workforce.
Northwestern Center for Advanced Regenerative Engineering
2145 Sheridan Road, L373
Evanston, IL 60208
Regenerative engineering is an exciting new field defined as the convergence of advanced materials science, stem cell and developmental biology, physical sciences, and clinical translation to develop scalable and reliable tools that enable the regeneration or reconstruction of complex tissues and organs. It can be thought of as a field that aims to enable the implementation of regenerative medicine for all. The Center for Advanced Regenerative Engineering (CARE) is a partnership among the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Northwestern University, the adult and pediatric Departments of Surgery in the Chicago area, industry, and the community to help thousands of patients regain function through discovery, development and distribution of unprecedented tools and technology that can assess and/or promote the restoration and tissue and organ function.
Optics11Life specializes in Mechanobiology screening platforms for the measurement of living and nonliving biomaterials. The Pavone is the worlds first fully integrated optical imaging, micro-mechanical indentation and incubation platform that enables mechanical characterization for biomaterials in various well-plates. The instrument provides a high-throughput solution to obtain larger quantities of datasets on mechanics of living cells and tissues.
Park Systems is a world-leading manufacturer of atomic force microscopy (AFM) systems with a complete range of products for researchers and industry engineers in chemistry, materials, physics, life sciences, semiconductor and data storage industries.
We advance the next frontiers of regenerative science implants. We transform bio-absorbable materials into life-changing solutions for dental, spine, orthopedic, dural and nerve repair. We're headquartered in Oakland, New Jersey and the Netherlands, with 90+ customers and 285 employees worldwide.
Rheolution Inc. specializes in the development of scientific instruments for mechanical monitoring of soft materials. The ElastoSens(TM) Bio2 is the first instrument that measures in real time, without contact and nondestructively short- and longterm viscoelasticity evolution of soft hydrogels, biomaterials and cell cultures confined in a sterile and detachable sample holder. ElastoSensBio, a smart, modular and affordable platform that is simple to operate. The first non-destructive, cell-friendly, viscoelasticity testing instrument that bridges the gap on your benchtop for soft biomaterials. This technology empowers its users to innovate and propels R&D forward with its Soft-Matter-Analytics for fast, accurate and repeatable results.
Royal Society For Chemistry Geraldine Hay Thomas Graham House 290 Cambridge Science Park Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB4 3PA Email: HayG@rsc.org Website: https://www.rsc.org/journals-books-databases/about-journals/materials/
The Royal Society of Chemistry publishes over 50 world-leading journals that span the chemical sciences, including Biomaterials Science, Journal of Materials Chemistry B and Materials Advances. Known for rigorous, fair peer review and fast publication times, our journals publish the best science, from original research articles to authoritative reviews.
Creating better health for people and a brighter future for the world is our purpose. Our vision is to discover and deliver life-transforming treatments, guided by our commitment to patients, our people and the planet. This purpose-led and values-based approach is a core foundation of our global growth strategy and long-term value creation for our stakeholders. Our passion and pursuit of life-transforming treatments for patients are deeply rooted in our distinguished history in Japan since 1781.
TESco Associates, Inc. was founded in 1980 as a plastics engineering consulting firm. Today, TESco services focus solely on bio-absorbable polymeric implants. TESco provides critical success in material selection and development, mold design and fabrication, and solution of manufacturing difficulties from early concept stages through clinical trials. These services are continued with contract manufacturing of the bioabsorbable device(s).
TESco has developed proprietary polymer processing techniques and equipment for injection molding, extrusion and specialty material blending. Our processes successfully deliver devices with low molecular weight loss and low residual monomer from a broad range of inherent viscosities. This experience extends into supporting clients through product development, material selection, custom material development, mold design and fabrication, and solutions of critical manufacturing challenges. As a contract manufacturer of biomedical products, TESco continues to focus on providing the skills and expertise to take a product from concept to prototype development, through clinical trials and into commercial production.
The Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation is accelerating the pace of translational research by supporting the world’s leading scientists with an open, entrepreneurial environment for bioengineering new materials, biological models and technologies to address critical challenges to the health of the planet and its people.
Texas A&M University - Department of Biomedical Engineering Mike McShane 5065 Emerging Technology Building TAMU 3120 College Station, TX 77843-3120 Phone: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://engineering.tamu.edu/biomedical/index.html
Our research has resulted in new patents, new companies and new economic activity. With increasing demands for quality medical devices, procedures and improved cost-effectiveness, we are positioned to lead the way in the development, testing and commercialization of products, systems and technologies. $23M in external research funding (FY2021) 65 patents filed 38 disclosures filed 11 start-up companies created, including one exit through acquisition by Medtronic, Inc. 12 Invention Disclosures submitted and 20 Patents issued (US and non-US combined)
The mission of the College of Health Sciences is to prepare future leaders in health sciences through excellence and innovation in teaching, research and service. The College of Health Sciences will be a first choice, nationally recognized school, delivering innovative health science programs, providing optimal learning experiences for students and collaborating with professionals to improve the health and well-being of individuals and populations.
University of San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering - Shu Shein Gene Lay Department of Bioengineering
9500 Gilman Drive
LaJolla, CA 92093
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The Department of Bioengineering-UC San Diego is a community of faculty, students, and alumni that have been inventing new devices, discovering new concepts, and challenging paradigms in the field of bioengineering for more than 50 years. Some of the most influential research/design over these decades originated here.
UConn Health, School of Dental Medicine, Department of Biomedical Engineering Anne Marie Cirullo 263 Farmington Ave Farmington, CT 06030 Phone: 860-679-4542 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Wesbite: https://dentalmedicine.uconn.edu/divisions/biomedical-engineering/#
The Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) within the UConn School of Dental Medicine uniquely spans three schools at UConn: School of Engineering, School of Dental Medicine and School of Medicine with overarching leadership by Associate Professor David M. Pierce, Ph.D. (Department Head) and Professor Liisa Kuhn, Ph.D. (Associate Head). The BME Department as a whole has 33 faculty members between the Storrs and Health Center campuses, with 8 core faculty members within the School of Dental Medicine. The BME Department was created within UConn Health to enhance the Dental School’s portfolio of clinically relevant research with high translational potential, to expand clinician-driven research opportunities through collaborative efforts with BME faculty, and to increase exposure of BME students to the clinical environment.
University of Oregon Knight Campus Department of Bioengineering Khaila Carlstrom 1505 Franklin Blvd Eugene, OR 97403 Phone: 541-346-6493 Email: email@example.com Website: https://accelerate.uoregon.edu/
Knight Campus is designed to accelerate the cycle of moving discoveries to impacts for the greater good. Rooted in the University of Oregon’s 60-year history of interdisciplinary collaboration, it’s training new generations of scientists, forging tighter ties with industry & entrepreneurs, and creating new opportunities for graduate & undergraduate students.
University of Pennsylvania Department of Bioengineering Katherine Sas 210 South 33rd Street 240 Skirkanich Hall Philadelphia, PA 19104-6321 Phone: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://be.seas.upenn.edu/
Bioengineering capitalizes on Penn’s great institutional strengths, including a compact urban campus of 12 separate schools, geographic proximity linking the engineering and medical schools within one city block, and a collaborative, integrated environment that allows students and faculty to transcend disciplines with curricula, research, technology, and patient care. Penn Bioengineering is strongly committed to creating and nurturing an inclusive educational and employment environment that is diverse in race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, historical tradition, age, religion, parenting status, disability status, veteran status, interests, perspectives and socioeconomic backgrounds.We abide by and embrace the Penn Engineering doctrine for diversity fully and whole-heartedly. More than 80 percent of our undergraduates perform independent research (about 20 percent of them publish their findings before they graduate), while our graduate students publish their work in the most prestigious scientific journals.
With a legacy spanning more than two centuries, Wiley, one of the world’s largest publishers, unlocks human potential by powering scientific research and career-connected education. Wiley works to fuel the global economy, advance society, and make an impact on people’s lives with industry-leading content, digital platforms, and knowledge networks.
We invest in best in class implants, as well as digital technology and infrastructure, to further build connections between healthcareproviders and their patients, advance the quality of patient care and personalize the care journey.
12th World Biomaterials Congress (WBC 2024) Hyerin Lee 6F, Sunghwa B/D, #11-13, Hwarang-ro 8-gil, Suseong-gu Daegu, Republic of Korea, 42038 Phone: (+82) 10-8542-8978 Email: email@example.com Website: https://wbc2024.com/
We invite you to the 12th World Biomaterials Congress to be held on May 26-31, 2024 in Daegu, South Korea. The WBC is the world's hugest biomaterials congress and offers a fascinating opportunity to share the latest discoveries and ideas. Join us and be part of the world scientific festival.