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Articles Tagged "research"

Evonik Launches New Composites, Intensifies Research on Regenerative Medicine

by BONEZONE | Apr 2018

The company’s RESOMER Composites are designed to enhance the performance of bone fixation devices; a new Tissue Engineering Project House has been established in Singapore.... Read more »

Scientists Successfully Test New Titanium Plate for Bone Tissue Repair

by BONEZONE | Apr 2018

In animal testing, the patented titanium fiber plates did not demonstrate bone embrittlement after close contact for prolonged periods.... Read more »

NAMSA Launches New Laboratory

by BONEZONE | Feb 2018

  The medical research organization is expanding access to accelerated product development and testing services.... Read more »

Sanford Health Stem Cell Therapy Trial First in U.S. for Shoulder Injuries

by BONEZONE | Dec 2017

The hospital system is attempting fat-based stem cell treatments on orthopaedic patients, using the cells to heal small/partial thickness rotator cuff tears. It's the first trial in the U.S. to gain FDA approval for the use of adipose stems cells to treat the injury.... Read more »

Incipio Devices Expanding, Adding Personnel

by BONEZONE | Nov 2017

The orthopaedic device company is investing more than $7 million in manufacturing and research.... Read more »

Coatings Support Early Integration, Infection Prevention

by BONEZONE | Oct 2017

After reviewing company product launches, research and discussions, it's clear that implant coatings are of great interest to orthopaedic professionals.... Read more »

Quebec: Orthopaedic Innovation Hub

by BONEZONE | Oct 2017

The Canadian province of Quebec is home to a robust orthopaedic industry characterized by innovation, research, a history of achievement, manufacturing prowess and investment.... Read more »

Bone Biologics Targets Spine Fusion with UCLA License Agreement

by BONEZONE | Sep 2017

Bone Biologics entered into an exclusive license agreement with UCLA for global application of NELL-1/DBX® protein in the treatment of osteoporosis and trauma through a technology transfer.... Read more »

Kapstone Medical Celebrates 10th Anniversary

by BONEZONE | Aug 2017

The full-service engineering firm has grown its portfolio of medtech clients in the U.S. and around the world.... Read more »

Robotics, 3D Printing Gain Larger Adoption with Globus Medical, K2M Acquisitions

by BONEZONE | Aug 2017

In early August, both Globus Medical and K2M announced acquisitions that complement current products and position them for future growth.... Read more »

Lucideon Bolsters Team to Develop New Antibacterial Materials

by BONEZONE | Jul 2017

Lucideon has welcomed five students from the HyMedPoly program to research drug-free antibacterial hybrid biopolymers for medical applications.... Read more »

UNM Pursuing 3D Printing of Tissue for Extremity Reconstruction

by BONEZONE | Jun 2017

With the support of a $20,000 grant from The American Foundation for Surgery of the Hand, a research team at UNM seeks to make 3Dprinted bone/ligament hybrid tissue for use in hand and wrist procedures.... Read more »

CRO Boston Biomedical Opens Office in Israel

by BONEZONE | May 2017

The location serves flourishing biotech and medical technology companies in the region.    ... Read more »

Scientists Engineer Stem Cells to Regrow Cartilage

by BONEZONE | Dec 2016

Scientists have programmed stem cells to grow cartilage on a 3D woven scaffold shaped like a femoral head. The technology’s first focus is hip arthritis.... Read more »

2016: The Year in Products and Services

by BONEZONE | Dec 2016

What are you working on for 2017? How do your daily tasks align with overall growth objectives? We look forward to sharing your successes in these pages next year. Until then, let’s reflect on what fueled momentum this year.... Read more »

Spinal Fusion Device in Development Eliminates Bone Graft and Pedicle Screws

by Hannah Corcoran | Oct 2016

Researchers at The University of New South Wales developed a fusion device designed to stabilize the spine without bone graft or pedicle screws in single-level posterolateral fusion.... Read more »

Oberg Partners with University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering

by BONEZONE | Sep 2016

The partnership will leverage Oberg's expertise in complex tooling and precision machined metal components for use in Pitt’s ANSYS Additive Manufacturing Research Lab.... Read more »

Adaptive Designs Provide Clinical Trial Flexibility

by Hannah Corcoran | Dec 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

The Future of Nanotechnology in Orthopaedics

by Carolyn LaWell | Dec 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

8 Design Control Issues Found During FDA Inspections

by John Gagliardi | Nov 2015

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Oxford Performance Materials Receives NIH Grant to Improve Treatment of Infections Related to Artificial Hips, Knees

by BONEZONE | Nov 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Biomaterials Derived from Beer-brewing Waste May Have Use in Bone Regeneration

by BONEZONE | Jul 2014

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Surgeons Describe Anterolateral Ligament in the Human Knee

by BONEZONE | Dec 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

ACL Injuries Six Times More Likely after Reconstruction

by BONEZONE | Dec 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Bone Substitutes: Swapping Autograft for Bioactive Glass

by BONEZONE | Jun 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Johns Hopkins Research Team Reports Knee Cartilage Repair Success with Biomaterial + Microfracture

by BONEZONE | Jan 2013

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Young Injured Athletes May Fare Better when Treated with Autograft ACL

by BONEZONE | Aug 2012

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Gluing Bones with Polyurethane Hierarchical Nanocomposites

by BONEZONE | Aug 2012

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Natural Killer Cells Found to Play Important Role in Chondrocyte Rejection

by BONEZONE | Jun 2012

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Spaghetti Highways: Tools of Regenerative Medicine?

by BONEZONE | Jun 2012

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

“Bone-like” Nanofibrous Scaffold May Spur Osseointegration in Orthopaedic Applications

by BONEZONE | Jun 2012

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »

Comparative Effectiveness: From Theory to Practice

by BONEZONE | Dec 2010

Adaptive designs have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional clinical studies due to the potential to reduce resources, time and costs. However, several critical components must be considered to determine whether such a trial design is a fit for you.... Read more »