Matexcel, a pioneer in the development and manufacturing of bioglass products, today announced the expansion of its product portfolio to address the increasing demand for biocompatible materials in various fields. The company's new offerings encompass a broader range of bioglass materials and applications, catering to diverse needs in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and dental sectors.
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Lithium phenyl-2,4,6-trimethylbenzoylphosphinate (LAP) is a cytocompatible, water-soluble photoinitiator that is frequently used in photopolymerization reactions. Visible light activates LAP, making it a flexible tool for a range of applications, including 3D printing, bioprinting, hydrogels, and coatings.
New research by University of Rhode Island professor Jamie Ross focuses on the neurobehavioral effects and inflammatory responses of exposure to microplastics, as well as the accumulation of microplastics in tissues, including the brain. Her team found that the infiltration of microplastics in the body was as common as in the environment, leading to behavioral changes, especially in older test subjects.
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What is Graphene?
Graphene is a two-dimensional carbon nanomaterial composed of carbon atoms in a hexagonal honeycomb lattice with special hybrid orbitals. It has excellent optical, electrical, and mechanical properties. Materials with light weight, strongest toughness, best light transmittance, and best electrical and thermal conductivity have important application prospects in materials science, micro-nano processing, energy, biomedicine, and drug delivery.