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March 30th, 2007
Nanotechnology creates intelligent materials to regenerate bone tissue
More than half a million people in the European Union and a million in the United States suffer from disorders in or serious defects of some part of their bone structure. Operations involving grafts or implants, required to mitigate the damage, depend decisively on the materials used.
The European Nanobiocom project is working on the regeneration and repair of bone tissue. Seven other bodies, leaders in innovation within this specialism, are also taking part in the project. The goal is to come up with a substitute for bone tissue that can put the bone right and regenerate in such a way that it carries out similar functions as in its natural state. From Spain the Institute of Biomechanics of Valencia and Progénika Biopharma S.A. are also participating.
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