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Material scientists from NUST MISIS and the University of Western Australia have presented an innovative bioresorbable alloy based on magnesium, gallium and zinc. The material can be used for the manufacture of temporary implants in the treatment of fractures and the restoration of surgically removed areas of the bone, as well as in the treatment of osteoporosis, multiple myeloma, Paget's disease. In modern bone implantology and cardiovascular surgery, biodegradable implants, which gradually dissolve and are replaced by body tissues are increasingly being used. This approach helps minimize the inflammation of the surrounding tissue caused by the implant and eliminates the need for an implant removal operation. The benefits of using such implants are especially noticeable in pediat...
Published: 2020 - 07 - 22
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In surgical components, implantables and other medical devices, springs play a variety of critical roles. Selecting the right spring material can often yield notable improvements in performance, lifespan and cost.
Published: 2019 - 11 - 29
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India's October finished steel exports surged by 60pc to 950,000t from a year ago, according to initial estimates by the Indian steel ministry.
Published: 2019 - 11 - 11
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Scientists from the National University of Science and Technology MISiS have created new aluminium alloys that are cheap and effective to use in a wide variety of modern vehicles. These studies are published in Materials Science and Engineering A magazine.
Published: 2019 - 11 - 07
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A team of the TSU Laboratory of High-Strength Crystal Physics is creating highly entropic alloys that differ in the unusual structure of the crystal lattice. They provide new materials with mechanical characteristics that make them suitable for use in the extreme conditions of space and the Arctic – at high and low temperatures, under load, and when exposed to radiation.
Published: 2019 - 10 - 30
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To reduce the manufacturing costs of making tungsten carbide tools, a team of researchers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory has figured out how to 3D print it into the exact size and shape they want, with little to no post-machining required, according to a U.S. patent application first made public on Thursday.
Published: 2019 - 10 - 25
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