Bio materials and Tissue Engineering

Biomaterials focus on the development of materials that improve the interface between technology and human tissues. For example, controlling neural responses to materials could aid in allowing effective recovery from spinal cord injuries. Biomaterials are a science that's been around for about fifty years. Biomaterial science or biomaterial engineering is the study of biomaterials. Throughout its history, it has witnessed steady and strong expansion, with many corporations investing large quantities of money in the development of new products. Medicine, biology, chemistry, tissue engineering, and materials science all play a role in biomaterial science.

Tissue engineering is a biomedical engineering discipline that restores, maintains, repairs, or replaces a range of biological tissues using a combination of cells, engineering, material technologies, and appropriate biochemical and physicochemical variables. The placement of cells placed on a tissue scaffold to build new tissue is common in tissue engineering.

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