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Biomaterials, Biodegradables and Biomimetics - 3Bs Materials 2023

Conference Topics

The 3Bs Materials 2023 conference topics are as follow:

Structure and Properties of Biomaterials

  • Bionanomaterials
  • Bioactive materials, bioglass and calcium phosphates
  • Biodegradable materials
  • Bioinspired materials / biomimetic materials
  • Biological materials and biomineralization
  • Computational biomaterials science
  • Hydrogels and biobased & synthetic polymers
  • Imaging of biomaterials

Biological Response to Biomaterials

  • Biofilms & antimicrobial biomaterials
  • Biocompatibility
  • Biointerfaces and microenvironments
  • Clinical performance and microenvironments
  • Multi-functional biomaterials
  • Nano particles in biological environments
  • Autonomous biomaterials

Bioinspiration & Biomimetics

  • Biomimetic mechanism and design
  • Biomimetic robotics
  • Biofabrication and characterization
  • Biomimetic and bioinspired chemistry
  • Sensors and senses
  • Self-healing and self-assembly
  • Biomorphic surface and subsurface systems
  • Applications of novel materials
  • Nanotribology, nanomechanics, micro/nanoscale studies
  • Biomechanics; including movement, locomotion, fluidics 
  • Plant biomechanics
  • Synthetic systems
  • Self-organization and cooperative behavior
  • Tissue engineering
  • Cellular behaviour
  • Bioinspired, biomedical and biomolecular materials

Biodegradable/bio-based materials and their applications.

  • Bio-based plastics and polymers
  • Biodegradability
  • Bioabsorbable
  • Product uses and applications
  • Materials testing

Biomaterials and Biomimetics Applications

  • Current and future challenges for the MedTech industry
  • Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Technology
  • Dental materials
  • Drug and gene delivery
  • Innovations in fabrication including 3D printing / additive manufacturing / biofabrication of biomaterials
  • Responsive and smart biomaterials
  • Tissue engineering / regenerative medicine
  • Materials for ophthalmology
  • Sensors for Health
  • Nanomedicine and Nanotechnology
  • Biomaterials regulation