TPU student develops new wollastonite-based materials for regenerative medicine

Anna Ugodchikova, a Master student of the TPU Weinberg Research Center, develops new biocomposite materials for implants based on a metal substrate and a biocompatible wollastonite-based coating.
04 October

Strontium and Silicon to Increase Bioactivity of Implants

A research team of Tomsk Polytechnic University jointly with colleagues from Russia, Germany and Slovenia conducted a comprehensive study of special composite materials for regenerative medicine
26 February

First positive results of TPU implant tests announced in Ilizarov Orthopedic Center

Such implants allow treating patients within one surgery, i.e. there is no need to remove implants since they are already dissolved in the body.
30 August 2018

A novel biodegradable material for medicine, stimulating the growth of living cells

TPU researchers combined two polymers - a biodegradable polyhydroxybutyrate and piezoleltric polyaniline.
10 July 2018

Piezolelectric polymer for bone tissue repair

Scientists from Tomsk Polytechnic University have revealed that scaffolds made out of a piezoelectric polymer with the addition of mineral nanoparticles can be successfully used to repair bone tissue,...
24 October 2017

How to become an engineer of a human body: Laboratory of Hybrid Biomaterials invites students and young scientists

The Laboratory of Hybrid Biomaterials of Tomsk Polytechnic University invites TPU students, including international ones, as well as master students and postgraduates for research collaboration. ...
05 September 2017

Magnesium implants canceling double surgery of broken bones

A PhD. student from the TPU Institute of Physics and Technology is developing bioresorbable orthopedic implants based on magnesium alloys. Such implants are capable both to substitute damaged bones an...
13 January 2017