Six academic partners and four industry partners from countries throughout Europe make up the consortium which will look at processing and new materials, biodegradation understanding and optimisation and cell/material interactions. Ceram’
The project builds on one of Ceram’s current projects into bone repair replacement materials; with new bioresorbable glass and newly-patented hydroxyapatite (HA) biomaterials, the team is currently looking into substituting multi-elements into Hydroxyapatite, in order to make a range of HA-based biomaterials that are bioactive and biocompatible.
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Ceram is an independent, international materials technology company that focuses on innovation, sustainability and quality assurance of materials.
Headquartered in Staffordshire, UK, and with approved laboratories around the world, Ceram solves product and process challenges across a range of materials to help clients improve performance, comply with regulations and develop their sustainability performance in order to gain a competitive advantage and increase profitability.
Ceram operates in a wide variety of sectors around the world.