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A Simple Breakdown of BioSurfaces' Core Technology

Electrospinning is the cornerstone of BioSurfaces’ nanofibrous technology.  Electrospinning is a method of electrostatically depositing polymer nanofibers onto an object by applying a high voltage to a liquid polymer solution.  Using collection surfaces of various shapes and sizes as molds, this technology can produce standalone materials... Learn More >>


Mimicking The Natural Scaffold

One of the core benefits of an electrospun material is that it structurally mimics the natural biological scaffold in which native human tissue grows, called extracellular matrix.  This similarity to extracellular matrix encourages natural healing and tissue integration, even when using strong and biodurable electrospun polymers.  This quality of healing... Learn More >> 


Limitless Possibilities

Electrospinning can be adapted to virtually any application that requires a nanofibrous material or coating.  Materials are usually made by electrospinning a layer of polymer onto a rotating mandrel, then either sliding the material off the mandrel to produce a tube, or by cutting the material away and peeling it off the mandrel to create a flat sheet... Learn More >> 


Raising The Bar For Drug Delivery

BioSurfaces’ patented electrospinning process allows the incorporation of drugs, growth factors, radiopaque agents, or other bioactives directly into the fibers of both degradable and non-degradable materials.  Where most biomaterials are manufactured under high-heat conditions and then dip-coated for drug delivery, BioSurfaces’ entire manufacturing process...      Learn More >>

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