We develop advanced biomaterials for a variety of applications including regenerative medicine, acellular approaches, biosensors and anti-viral technology.
Our particular strengths and areas of focus include stimulatory and degradable systems based on natural and synthetic polymers, magnesium alloys, bioactive glasses and sol-gel inorganic-organic hybrids, nanocomposites and peptide hydrogels.
We specialise in numerous production methodologies including additive manufacturing, 3D (bio)printing, nanofibre electrospinning and solution blow spinning, self-assembling peptide hydrogels, 3D cell culture biomimetic platforms, stem cell engineering and bioreactor design.
We currently have over 120 academics in this area. Contact us to get in touch.