Advancements in medical technology can revolutionize how consumers track their health and how doctors monitor patients’ ailments. A crucial yet often overlooked component of these technological breakthroughs is pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSAs).
Films allow sensitive electronics to be directly embedded more efficiently.
May 2, 2016
The global healthcare industry is experiencing an increase in wearable technology development, which can help improve the health of patients and lower health care costs. Wearable patches, despite still being in the early stages, hold enormous potential for the future.
Spider silk has the potential for industrial use in applications including ligament and tendon repair, advanced coatings, and bioadhesives.
May 2, 2016
Utah State University recently received a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II contract with Salt Lake City-based Technology Holding LLC from the U.S. Army to continue research and development of spider silk manufacturing.
Bioadhesives can address several unmet needs in key industries like healthcare and pulp and paper.
November 1, 2015
Vast technological capabilities and the addition of more viable solutions have gradually reduced unmet needs across several industries. Many bioadhesive vendors are currently licensing new solutions to product developers that are looking to strengthen their portfolios—and market positions