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COURSE SYNOPSIS

This course covers structure and properties of biomaterial and related solids, physical and chemical bases for properties exhibited by materials, polymeric biomaterials, metallic biomaterials, ceramic biomaterials and composite materials. Material properties including mechanical, electrical, magnetic and thermal behaviour, applications of biomaterials in agricultural systems, relationship between physical and chemical structure of materials and biological system response, selection, fabrication and modification of materials for specific applications, biomaterials processing and degradation, implant requirements, host-implants reactions including wound healing response and inflammatory response, physiological and biomechanical basis for softtissue implants, design of modified biomaterials, bulk and surface characterization of materials and regulatory and ethical concerns dealing with the implementation and commercialisation of biomaterials.

 

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