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Aleo BME, a biomaterials and medical device company, has received notification from the U.S. Federal Drug Administration that it has been approved for the sale and licensing of ElaSkinTM as a liquid bandage for the protection and treatment of a broad set of skin conditions and injuries.   Aleo BME is a start-up developing nature-inspired biomaterials to address unmet challenges in the fields...

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SFB is a proud member of the AIMBE Council of Societies.  AIMBE (American Insitute for Medical and Biological Engineering) is the authoritative voice and advocate for the value of medical and biological engineering to society. 

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Check out our video to see why you should join the Society for Biomaterials and let us help you to stay connected and grow professionally and personally.  We invite you to take a look at the video which includes most of our current Council sharing their views on what makes SFB so special. “Join us” as a member to broaden your professional relationships...

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Spinal Implants Cleared with the Most Advanced Nanosurface and Best Imaging

On March 28, 2018, Nanovis announced the successful FDA clearance of its FortiCore® TLIF and PLIF interbodies featuring a Nanosurface-enhanced deeply porous titanium scaffold intermolded with a PEEK core. The initial launch of the expanded FortiCore® wedge-shaped cervical cage occurred...

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The Society For Biomaterials is happy to announce that our members continue to make the news!  One of our longstanding members, Guillermo Ameer, ScD, Nortwestern University, has two high profile articles in recent publications we wanted to share with you. First, an article entitled “3D...

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