Consortium to develop implants for bone tissue regeneration


Wroclaw University of Technology is the leader of the project “Multifunctional biologically active composites for applications in bone regenerative medicine” has received almost PLN 14 million within the TEAM-NET competition of the Foundation for Polish Science.

The consortium includes the Wrocław University of Science and Technology, the Institute of Ceramics and Building Materials, the Ceramics and Concrete Department in Warsaw; Krakow University of Technology and University of Lodz. The aim of the project is to develop new polymer-ceramic composite biomaterials designed for regenerative medicine applications – in controlled regeneration of the skeletal system.

As part of cooperation of research teams, porous implants for regeneration of bone tissues and bone stabilizing implants covered with innovative coating materials, which release bioactive growth factors and anti-inflammatory components, will be developed.

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