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Press Releases

Dec 20, 2016

Mo-Sci Corporation co-founder, Delbert Day, PhD has been named a National Academy of Inventors (NAI) Fellow. A lifelong glass and ceramics pioneer, Dr Day’s work with specialty glasses has lead to treatments for liver cancer, bone defects, and wound care.

Blog Articles

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Inhibiting Bacterial Growth with Bioactive Glass

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The rise of antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria is driving research into new antimicrobial materials. Bioactive glass is showing great promise due to its ability to resist bacterial growth on its surface.

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3D Printing Optics and Microfluidics from Glass

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Although materials such as metal, plastic, clays, and even biological cells have been used in 3D printing, the 3D printing of glass has remained elusive. However, new research is breaking this convention and glass is now being 3D printed to a high quality.

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Using Calcium Phosphate to Heal Bone Defects

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A variety of bone graft substitutes have been used in the search to find an alternative to bone that provides a rapid and strong repair. Calcium phosphate closely resembles the mineral components naturally present in bone tissue, and so represents an attractive option for a synthetic bone filling material.

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