Inside R&D Alert. Polymer/Protein Scaffold Implant to Build Damaged Tissue; US Naval Research Lab R&D on Clear Ceramic Armor; Biomaterials-Based Hydrogel Enables Improved Cell Survival and Integration

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This issue profiles a polymer/protein scaffold implant to build damaged tissue, US Naval Research Lab R&D on clear ceramic armor, and a biomaterials-based hydrogel that enables improved cell survival and integration.

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Inside R&D Alert. Polymer/Protein Scaffold Implant to Build Damaged Tissue; US Naval Research Lab R&D on Clear Ceramic Armor; Biomaterials-Based Hydrogel Enables Improved Cell Survival and IntegrationIn This Issue1. POLYMER/PROTEIN SCAFFOLD IMPLANT TO BUILD DAMAGED TISSUE2. US NAVAL RESEARCH LAB R&D ON CLEAR CERAMIC ARMOR3. BIOMATERIALS-BASED HYDROGEL ENABLES IMPROVED CELL SURVIVAL AND INTEGRATION4. SHUTTERSTOCK'S INNOVATIVE BUSINESS MODEL5. TECHVISION 2015




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