IPCC Chair Jim Skea on the need for science on a carbon-constrained world
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Imperial researchers making significant contributions in European projects
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Additively manufactured porous structures can be designed to offer a wide range of bone-matching mechanical properties and a geometric micro-environment for the formation of high-quality bone tissue
BNT-6BT could be a viable piezoelectric material for electroactive implants and implantable electronics without the need for hermetic sealing
Our newest startup company #OSSTEC has just completed its seed round and now has the runway to get its first product towards regulatory approval
Machine learning can create knee implant designs - automatically - from a set of patient's CT scans
Bi-UKA has similar tibial eminence fracture risk to medial UKA
We made the front cover of Advanced Functional Materials in 2020!
Our Zeiss Xradia Versa 510 – the tiny white dot in the middle is a specimen of trabecular bone from a trochlear groove
Study into mechanical properties of additive manufactured struts – we use these to create lattice implants that maintain bone health
Contact pressure measured in the knee after knee re-alignment surgery.
The contribution of the hip joint capsule to preventing edge loading of the hip joint.
Digital volume correlation of intervertebral discs ‘sees’ the loading in the spine.
Lattice manufacture for implants that maintain bone health
Chondral repair study using micro CT to measure strains