Research

  • New Publication: ‘Multi-objective property optimisation of a phosphoserine-modified calcium phosphate cement for orthopaedic and dental applications using design of experiments methodology.’

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    Biomimetic Innovations Ltd R&D Engineer Antzela Tzagiollari and the research team at DCU recently published a paper titled; ‘Multi-objective property optimisation of a phosphoserine-modified calcium phosphate cement for orthopaedic and dental applications using design of experiments methodology.’ This publication explains how their DoE approach successfully optimised the composition of OsStic®, demonstrating that the liquid: powder…

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  • PBC Biomed Clinical Advisory Board publish Editorial in Injury Journal.

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    Part One of our ‘Strengthening the Bond’ symposium series at the Orthopaedic Trauma Association meeting in Tampa, focused on the unanswered challenges of osteosynthesis, as well as a first look at research on a promising new bio-adhesive. This surgeon panel, consisting of Professor Peter Giannoudis, Dr Tracy Watson, Dr Thomas A Russell, Dr Hassan Mir…

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  • PBC Biomed Events & Education Programme 2024

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    PBC Biomed executed an extensive education programme in 2023 – some key moments are captured in the image below! As well as offering exciting updates on the development of our technologies, the programme also facilitated meaningful engagement with our industry, research and clinician networks. At the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Conference in March (Las Vegas), we…

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  • PBC’s Medical Implants Deal with the SFI-backed Research Centre, I-Form

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    Innovative new medical implants could be on the way following a deal between PBC BioMed and I-Form, the Science Foundation Ireland-backed research centre. The €300,000 four-year agreement is for a project to investigate the feasibility of manufacturing magnesium-based medical implants using state-of-the art metal 3D printing and coating processes. The aim is to demonstrate improved…

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  • Delighted to be part of the team supporting research on bio adhesives for effective bone repair.

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    Congrats to Angela, Nicholas and the team at DCU on winning the Bio materials & Regenerative Medicines early stage researcher prize at Bioengineering in Ireland @Bini2020. Delighted to be part of the team supporting research on bio adhesives for effective bone repair.

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