On behalf of the 3rd International Conference on Mechanics of Biomaterials and Tissues, it is my honor to welcome attendees, presenters, industrialists, and exhibitors from all over the globe to Biomaterials 2020 June 08-09 in London, UK.
Our goal is to send each delegate home with a head full of knowledge, a heart full of memories, and friendships that will last for years. The Conference which acts as a podium for bridging the gap between researchers, industrialists, experts and students will be addressing the theme “Explore the Advancement and Mould the Ideas in Biomaterials".
During this conference, you will gain the opportunity to interact with more than 50 world-renowned speakers in the field of biomaterials sharing their expertise, failures, and experiences.
Biomaterials research has a strong influence on human lives to a very large extent by its unique and versatile characteristics. The field of biomaterials experiencing steady growth as many manufacturer companies and pharmaceutical firms are investing in the research to biomaterial products. Biomaterials are useful for many applications like Bone plates, Bone cement, Joint replacements, Dental implants for tooth fixation, Blood vessel prostheses, Artificial ligaments and tendons, Heart valves, Cochlear replacements, Skin repair devices (artificial tissue).
We hope your experience at London Biomaterials Conference will be outstanding and we are looking forward for your presence.
Session on BiodegradableBiomaterials
Degradable biomaterialshave tremendous applications in surgery and medicine. Such materials aredesigned to degrade in the body over a predetermined implantation period, suchthat degradation achieves or helps to achieve some function. Biodegradablepolymers can be either natural or synthetic. The latter offers manyadvantages than the former because they can be freely tailored to give aportfolio of desired properties.
Synthetic polymers represent a morereliable source of raw materials, free from concerns of immunogenicity. Thecriteria for selecting polymers for use as biomaterialinclude mechanical properties (tension, compression, and shear) and the degradationtime necessary for a specific application. After fulfilling this purpose, itshould be degraded in the implantation site, leaving nontoxic products. Synthesizingpolymers with hydrolytically unstable linkages in the backbone is more essentialfor controlled biodegradation.
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Session on Biomaterials in 3DPrinting
3DPrinting promises to produce complex biomedical devicesaccording to computer design using patient-specific data. In the initial stage,it is used as pre-surgical tooling molds and visualization models, 3DPrinting has evolved to create implants, scaffolds for tissueengineering, diagnostic platforms, and drug delivery systems. 3DPrinting can be used routinely for the regeneration of complextissues before (e.g. muscles, vessels, bone, cartilage, nerves), and complexorgans with intricate 3D microarchitecture (e.g. lymphoid organs and liver),some technological limitations must be addressed. In this session, the majortechnology and materials advance for 3DPrinting technologies (Fused Deposition Modelling, Three-dimensionalPrinting, Stereolithography, Selective Laser Sintering, and 3DPlotting/Bioprinting).
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Session on Challenges and CurrentTrends in Tissue Engineering
The field of tissue engineering has offered the possibility of regenerating newtissue in order to treat diseases and conditions within the body of humans. Inthe past years' approach, based on modified methodology grounded, it isreviewed and identified some of the high-impact publications on the topics thatare revolutionizing Tissueengineering and helping to define the future directions of the field,namely: Diagnostic and theragnostic tools, Newtrends in tissue engineering, and contribution of tissue engineering to other fields.
Related Societies: Society for Biomaterials (SFB), Societyfor Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, AustralianSociety for Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, Tissueand Cell Engineering Society.
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Session on Properties and Applicationsof Biomaterials
Biomaterials arecommonly used for delivery of drugs and tissue growth likewise, theirproperties are also having a great impact on the proliferation of tissuesand cell growth. Mechanical properties include fracture toughness, hardness,elastic modulus, fatigue, etc. Physical properties like surface, size,compartmentalization, shape, etc. Surface properties include surfacecharacterization, surface tension, charge, etc. Biosensors arethe devices that convert biological responses from biological molecules intoelectrical signals. Nano topography means the surface characters thatare formed at Nanoscale, having applications in the field of cellengineering and medicine. It can be formed by using numerous techniques such asplasma functionalization and etching etc. Biohybrid materials or Bioconjugatesare substances that are formed by linking of non-biogenic and biogenic compoundsvia the chemical bond. Bioinspired material is synthetic which looks likeliving matter or natural materials in case of properties, structure, andfunction.
BiomaterialsApplications such as Heart valve, Intraocular lenses, Dental Implants,Vascular Grafts, Hip Replacements.
Related Societies: Society for Biomaterials (SFB), Societyfor Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, AustralianSociety for Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, Tissueand Cell Engineering Society.
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Session on Biomaterials andNanotechnology
Biomaterials researchactivity spans applications and fundamentals in colloidal science, polymerchemistry, and nanotechnology. Biomaterialscience has emerged as a new field in which a replacement or regeneration ofdamaged tissue has become one of the important focuses. Also, advances in theapplication of multifunctional nanoparticles for biomedical applications havebeen made. Implementation of nanomedicinein preclinical, clinical studies, and cellular has led to interesting advancesranging from applied to fundamental research.
Biomaterialsinclude artificial materials and living tissue used for the replacement, stimulation,and repair of biological systems. Nanotechnologyinvolves the use of technologies and development that operate on the nanometrelength scale, around the size of a large biomolecule. Efforts are undergoing tocombine these areas to assemble materials from nanoscale building blocks.
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Session on Biomaterials inTransplantation
Biomaterialscan improve influence transplanted cell fate, transplanted cellsurvival, and integration through the incorporation of bioactive cues andmodulate the host immune response as well as angiogenicresponses.
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Session on Bio-imaging &Bio-photonics
Bio-photonics is an interdisciplinary field thatinvestigates the fundamental principles governing light interaction withbiological organisms, tissues, cells, and molecules and develops new technologyfor basic science and clinical applications based on the principles.
Bioimagingprocesses with the aim to interfere as little as possible with life. It isoften used to gain information on the 3-D structure of the observed specimenfrom the outside, i.e. without physical interference. Bioimaging includesmethods of visualizing biological material that has been fixed for observation.Bioimagingreaches the observation of subcellular structures and entire cells over tissuesup to entire multicellular organisms. From others, it uses light, fluorescence,electrons, ultrasound, X-ray, magnetic resonance and positrons as sources forimaging.
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Session onBiomaterials in Drug Delivery Systems
Biomaterialsplay an important role in drug delivery. Numerouskinds of surgical implants, drug delivery systems, artificial organs, woundclosure devices are usually depending on biomaterials.
Biomaterialshelp in gene delivery that in the course make tissue growth andtransgene expression along with the regeneration of tissues. Immunomodulation i.e.,modulating or altering several features of the immune system, the power, andcompetence of regenerative medicine therapies can be enlarged.Hydrogels are termed as the smart drugdelivery system at present, which are often used as sustained drugrelease systems, which has importance in the healing of cancer. Extracellularmedia or vesicles are used for macromolecular drug delivery. Biomaterialscan also be used for imaging and islet delivery etc.
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Session on Biomaterials inCurrent Medical Practice
In this session, we discuss a rangeof methods and approaches used in connection with biomaterial properties and characterization– chemical properties, biocompatibility, in vivo behaviour characterisation, aswell as mutagenicity and genotoxicity- the various diagnostic techniques:imagining techniques, histopathological analysis, methods for physicochemicaland spectroscopic characterization. Properties of stent deployment proceduresfrom aspects of prediction, in cardiovascular surgeries, development and deploymentof stent geometries are presented based on novel modelling approaches.
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Session on Cell-BiomaterialInteraction
Cell-biomaterial interaction includesadherent cells attached to the biomaterialsurface, differentiation, and their related cell functions such as growth, migrationor apoptosis. The process is intrinsically complex in nature involving many physiochemicalevents which take place ranging from molecular to cell body levels.
On the materials' perspective, Biomaterials composition,mechanical, physicochemical, thermal, electrical properties must be wellunderstood. The knowledge on the cell-biomaterial interaction mechanisms(including specific adhesion proteins and cell receptors, host immune responsemechanisms, cell differentiation, signal transduction, tissue development, toname a few processes) must be attained, to characterize and control cell-biomaterialinteractions. Numerous methods and strategies have been investigated toovercome body reactions induced by the implantation of devices.
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Session on Bio-Ceramics andPolymer Biomaterials
Polymers are themacromolecules attained from various repeated subunits. Polymers are used as biomaterialssuch as Natural Polymers: Collagen, Alginate, and Chitosan. The natural polymersare used for wound dressing, tissueengineering, and drug delivery. Synthetic Polymers likePolypropylene, Polymethyl methacrylate and Polyvinylchloride (PVC) are used inmedical disposable supplies, implants, dressings, etc. Biopolymersare established from the living organisms. Some of the examples are DNA, RNA,proteins, carbohydrates, etc. It can also be used as packaging material.
Bioceramics playa pivotal role in the regeneration of bone. It adds value to the wellbeing ofhumans. Many classes of bioceramics are available for orthopedic application.The choice of bioceramicsdepends on the nature of the defects to be repaired. The mechanical property ofbioceramicsis engineered to suit different applications like reinforcing material, cement,implants, etc. The longevity of bioceramics is up to a maximum of 15 years. In thefuture, research may be directed to increase the life of implant inside theliving system.
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Session on Biomimetic andBionics
Bionics is the study of mechanical systems that function asparts of living organisms or living organisms. While the world of bionics nowencloses almost all parts of the human body—external and internal.
Biomimicry is an innovationlook about sustainable solutions to human challenges by emulating nature's time- tested strategies and patterns. The goal is to create processes, products, andpolicies new ways of living that are well-adapted to life on earth.
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Session on Bio Devices,Technologies and Sensors
In this session, we will discussthe biodevices, biotechnologiesand biosensors which are currently in use and the advancement exploring day byday by the scientists, industrialists, and experts.
Biodevices hasagitated the sequencing of nucleic acids specific to infectious diseasetesting. After the introduction of the first test for Legionella disease,nucleic acid probe testing has become one of the most propitious tools inthe clinical laboratory.Biotechnologyis the use of biology tofind solutions and make useful products. The most influential area of biotechnologyis the production of therapeutic proteins and other drugs through genetic engineering.
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Session on Bio-Active Glasses
In this session explore thelatest updates in bioactive glasses. The bioactiveglasses are available in sizes ranging from a few microns up tomm sized depending on the form of the glass. Mo-Sci offers porous bioactiveglass structures, bioactiveglass powders (frit) and bioactiveglass microspheres Nowadays, bioactive glasses (BGs) are commonlyused to support and improve the healing process of osseous defects derivingfrom tumor removal, congenital pathologies, traumatic events, implantrevisions, or infections.
Session on CardiovascularBiomaterials
From the beginning with the metallicand glass blood vessel substitutes, Cardiovascular materials search has gone on for more acentury. Materials in clinical practice currently are, for the most part, acombination of the coagulation of the blood proteins, standard polymers thathave been in cardiovascular materials is thrombosis and the activationand deposition of blood platelets, cells that rapidly aggregate with otherplatelets to obstruct the channel.
CardiovascularBiomaterials is tomaintain blood compatibility, allowing functional tissue regeneration. Bloodcompatibility is a more important subject and certain surface modifications aretaken on to circumvent secondary undesirable effects and to develop innovativecompatible cardiovascular biomaterials.
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Session on Biomaterials forHealthcare
This session describes currentand future perspectives of biomaterialsdriven from clinical need and technological innovation. Some basic humanand cell biology will be introduced in order to understand how materials andthe body respond to each other and how biomaterialsmay be engineered to elicit the desired answer for a variety of medicaltreatments.
Many advances in the healthcarefield have been enabled by innovations in materials science and engineering. Materials Sciencehas revolutionized medicine in a range of applications from the implantablestent for degradablepolymers in cancer drug delivery to treating occluded blood vessels. When moreattention has been given to the physical properties and chemical properties ofthese materials, the architecture of these materials is also important fordirecting their biological performance. The complexity of materialsarchitecture as well as combining these advantages with advances in materialschemistry may ignite future advances in the biomedicalindustry. This important issue of Advanced HealthcareMaterials was prepared to highlight the advances in the application of microand nanoengineeringof materials for various biomedical and biological applications.
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Session on Molecular Therapy
MolecularTherapy is defined commonly as the injection of geneticmaterial into the GBS cells either to facilitate the host to eradicate them ordirect the killing of the cells. Topics of particular interest within the journal’sscope in clue: Gene vector engineering and production, Methods for targetedgenome editing and engineering, Methods, and technology development for cell reprogrammingand directed differentiation of pluripotent cells, Methods for gene and cellvector delivery, Development of biomaterialsand nanoparticles for applications in gene and cell therapy and regenerativemedicine, Analysis of gene and cell vector biodistribution for cell isolation,engineering, culture, expansion, transplantation, Cell processing. Storage andbanking for therapeutic application, Preclinical and QC/QA assay development,Translational and clinical scale-up and Good Manufacturing procedures andprocess development, Clinical protocol development, Computational andbioinformatic methods for analysis, modeling or visualization of biologicaldata, Negotiating the regulatory approval process and obtaining such approvalfor clinical trials.
Related Societies: InternationalSociety Cell and Gene Therapy, WorldAssociation of Radiopharmaceutical and Molecular Therapy (WARMTH), AmericanSociety of Gene and Cell Therapy, European Society forMedical Oncology.
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Session on Neural Engineering
Neuralengineering is drawn heavily and situated between clinicalneuroscience on one hand and basic neuroscience on the other. The field of neural engineeringincludes computational, experimental, theoretical, clinical and applied aspectsof research areas at the molecular, cellular and systems levels. Although the overlapbetween various topics exists (i.e. neuroprostheses and neuromodulation), allthese areas are well established and have recognizable identities.
Current research activityincludes deep brain stimulation for the treatment of motor disorders,electrical stimulation for the restoration of bladder function, and electricalstimulation for restoration of multi-joint motor function.
Related Societies: BiomedicalEngineering Society, Biomedicaland Clinical Engineering Association of Ireland, WorldScientific Engineering Academy and Society, KentEngineering Society.
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Session on Biological Performance of Smart Materials
This session is about discussesemerging materials and on the attention that design reserves for scientificinnovations, interpreting them in terms of the trends and application scenariosbeing opened for design research. Intelligence and bio are the two main thingsin the scientific and industrial revolution which are considered in order topropound a new definition of Smart Biomaterials that considers the improvement ofscientific research with its advances and the influence it has in industrialproduct scenarios.
There are various types of smart materials namely shape memory polymersor alloys, photomechanical materials, piezoelectric materials, temperature-responsivepolymers, thermoelectric materials, self-healing materials, etc. Auxeticmaterials are automatically adjustable with thickness and strength to theapplied forces and the material having a memorable ability to return to itsoriginal state.
Related Societies: AmericanChemical Society, TheMaterials Information Society, MicroscopySociety of America, TheMinerals, Metals & Materials Society, The Scientific ResearchSociety, EuropeanMaterials Research Society.
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Biomaterials as a field have seen stabilized growth over its approximate half-century of existence and use ideas from biology, medicine, materials science, chemistry, and engineering. There is also a human side to biomaterials that considers law, ethics and the health care delivery system. The biomaterials market is expected to reach USD 207 Billion by 2024 from an assessed USD 105 Billion in 2019, at a CAGR of 14.5%. The development of an overall biomaterials market (Ceramic, Metallic, Natural, and Polymers) can be attributed to increased grants and funds by the government worldwide.
Factors such as the increased grants and funds by government worldwide for the development of novel biomaterials, rising incidence of cardiovascular diseases and the rising demand for medical implants are driving the growth of biomaterials market, prominent players in the biomaterials market are Angiotech Pharmaceuticals Inc., Biomet, Inc. (U.S.), Berkeley Advanced Biomaterials, Inc. (U.S.), DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc. (U.S.), DENTSPLY International, Inc. (U.S.), Orthovita, Inc. (U.S.), Wright Medical Group, Inc. (U.S.), Invibio Ltd. (U.K.), Cam Bioceramics BV, AdvanSource Biomaterials Corp.
SCOPE OF GLOBAL BIOMATERIALS MARKET:
BIOMATERIALS MARKET SUMMARY
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Past Conference Report
We would like to express a great appreciation to all the plenary speakers and participants who joined this international network and visited Singapore, to make their deposit by their high-quality presentations, exciting and interesting discussions at the unique atmosphere of this fruitful scientific gathering.
Allied Academies hosted the 2nd International Conference on Biomaterials and Nanomaterials during May 20-21, 2019 at Vienna, Austria, Biomaterials 2019 was marked with multiple sessions, keynote presentations, and panel discussions. We received copious involvement and response from young and brilliant researchers, business delegates and talented communities who made this Conference as one of the most successful and productive events in 2019 from AAC.
Biomaterials 2019 started with the welcome and opening remarks of the conference host and the proceedings also went through interactive sessions and panel discussions headed by a young and dynamic moderator, Professor, Dr. Thomas J. Webster, Northeastern University, USA.
The meeting was carried out through different sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific topics:
- Polymeric materials
- Ceramic materials
- Composite materials
- Biomimetic materials
- Advanced materials
- Biomaterials in Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
- Biomaterials in Orthopaedics
- Biomaterials in 3D Printing / Bioprinting
- Biomaterials in Implantology
- Biophotonics & Biomedical optics
- Other applications of Biomaterials & Nanomaterials
Biomaterials 2019 carried out by various scientific-sessions and plenary lectures in which the following Speakers were highlighted as Keynote speakers:
- Agnieszka Kyziol | Jagiellonian University | Poland
- Danny Baranes | Ariel University | Israel
- Chin-Tarng Lin | National Taiwan University | Taiwan
- Andrea Spaggiari | University of Modena and Reggio Emilia | Italy
- Larry D. Unsworth | University of Alberta | Canada
- Rossana Mara da Silva Moreira Thiré | Federal University of Rio de Janeiro | Brazil
- Aharon Gendenkan | Bar-Ilan University | Israel
- Yuncang Li | RMIT University | Australia
- Filip Schröter | Immanuel Hospital Bernau | Germany
- Sou Ryuzaki | Kyushu University | Japan
- Silvia Todros | University of Padova | Italy
- Qing-Hua Xu | National University of Singapore | Singapore
- Thomas J Webster | Northeastern University | USA
- Hinrich Grothe | Vienna University of Technology | Austria
Allied Academies have taken the privilege of felicitating the Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers and all the speakers who supported the grand success of this event. We would like to congratulate the awardees for their outstanding performance in the field of Biomaterials and express our gratitude to all the attendees who put their efforts in presentations and sincerely wishes them success in future endeavors.
Following on from the success of the Biomaterials 2019 Conference, we are excited to announce the commencement of the 3rd International Conference on Mechanics of Biomaterials and Tissues.
Bookmark your dates: We hope to see you at Biomaterials 2020 in London, the UK during June 8-9, 2020.
Meet again @Biomaterials 2020
PROCEEDINGS OF BIOMATERIALS CONFERENCE
Biomaterials 2019 proceedings at https://www.alliedacademies.org/conference-abstracts/biomaterials-materials-physics-2019-proceedings.html