Materials for Biomedical Applications
Some of the most promising areas in medical research, including regenerative/restorative medicine and drug delivery, are enabled by the development of key biomaterials. Ideal biomedical materials posses both the biological properties needed to interact with cellular environments, as well as the physical and chemical properties required for a desired application, e.g., strength and biological stability in the case of joint replacements.
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