Posts tagged with ‘biomaterials’

  • BioMaterials of Marine Origin Book Now Available

    Author Dr. Hermann Ehrlich, Dresden University of Technology in Germany,  informs us that his new book on BioMaterials of Marine Origin is available through Springer books. This work aims to provide the reader with an interdisciplinary look at the biomineralization, biomimetics and materials science unique to marine invertebrates. For the first time in scientific literature the author gives a coherent analysis […]
  • Marine Biodiscovery: Research & Applications Meeting; 15-16 June 2010 – University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK

    This meeting, coinciding with the opening of the new £1.6M Marine Biodiscovery Centre, will address the potential for new products and processes from the marine environment, with a particular emphasis on the technical challenges and realising successful outcomes. This will cover novel pharmaceuticals and high value chemicals such as biomaterials, nutraceuticals and personal care products as well as novel enzymes […]
  • Marine Biotech Revenues Projected to Reach $3.78 Billion by 2012, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc

    A growing interest from the medical, pharmaceutical, aquaculture, and industrial sectors, the global market for marine biotechnology drive this projected rise in revenue. The advent of advanced scientific disciplines such as molecular biology, genomics, bioinformatics and the application of information technology to biotechnology has tremendously enhanced human understanding of marine life. Widening applications in several end-use areas including marine transportation, […]