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Biomaterials 2020 feels privileged to welcome you all to the 4th International Conference on Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering scheduled on October 12-13, 2020 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The conference will be addressing around the theme Biomaterials Designs-Reconstruct Desire, Restart Functioning, and Rejuvenate Lives".  It’s a revolutionary period for Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering so we concentrate much in evaluating the novel techniques and new trends in it. Biomaterials Congress 2020 confronting bioengineering in Medicinal field by uniting renowned academia, business experts and young researchers in this field.                                                   

Why to attend?

This global event aims in gathering the researchers, Principle Investigators, Experts, speakers, Young Scholars, Researchers working under new technologies, Biomaterial companies, Business Delegates, scientists, nanotechnology investigatorsStudents across the globe on exploring, exchanging new thoughts, technologiesand innovations in biomaterials and Tissue engineering. Meet the Global Inspiring Experts and Speakers at our Biomaterials Congress 2020 to talk about new advances in the field of medical and engineering to improve health and treatment and additional innovationsIt does not just make a place to exchange estimations to the enormous social occasion of individuals, nevertheless conjointly endeavor to unfold concentrated and research advances in the clinical, definite and physiological parts of medicinal and designing. Speaking about the Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, boasting gleaming Skyscrapers Colonial architecture, Charming locals and a myriad of natural attractions take a bit of your time to get pleasure from the spectacular and the unique beauty of this region.                                                       

About the conference                                                                    

This Global scientific event offers the best platform with it's well organized scientific program to the attendees which includes  interactive panel discussions, keynote lectures by well-renowned speakers, comprehensive  talks and poster presentations  on the topics like Polymer Biomaterials, Dental Biomaterials, Advanced Biomaterials, and the foremost techniques in their design, Characteristics of Biomaterials, Biomaterials Applications, Biomaterials manufacturing firms  and Market Analysis, Biomaterials, and Nanotechnology,  Medicine, Biomaterials in Delivery Systems, Cardiovascular biomaterials, Biodegradable Tissue Engineeringand Regenerative Biomaterials, 3D Printing technology in Biomaterials design, and Smart biomaterials.

It highlights on novel approaches for biomedical applications and up-to-date appraises to hustle your market share accordingly. Grasp the opportunity in acquiring more knowledge about the applications of innovative biomaterials and other alternatives for treating major diseases to progress the materials portfolio industrialization pathways.

We sincerely hope that BiomaterialsCongress-2020 serves as an international platform for meeting researchers from around the world, widen professional contact and create new opportunities, including establishing new collaborations.

Sessions and Tracks

Session: 1 Biomaterials – An Emerging Technology
Biomaterials are the non-viable materials intended to interact with the biological systems. Biomaterials relate to the study of biocompatible materials used for medical specialty applications. It involves not solely synthetic materials (metals, polymers, ceramics, and composites), however additionally biological materials such as proteins, cells, and tissues can be used.

Biomaterials analysis encompasses varied topics as well as materials synthesis and characterization, surface modification, biostability and biodegradation, biomechanics, and cell-material and/or tissue-implant interactions. Typical bio mimetically inspired biomaterials include Nano-biomaterials, smart biomaterials, hybrid biomaterials, nano-biocomposites, hierarchically porous biomaterials, and tissue scaffolds.

Biomaterials are used for the reparation or reconstruction of the muscular-skeletal system and soft tissue regeneration conjointly as in various medical instruments and devices. The potential vary of applications for biomaterials are tremendously increasing, with completely different physical, mechanical and medical properties needed for various clinical and utility applications. One versatile and widely used technique for the quick preparation and testing of biomaterials is periodic optical maser deposition (PLD).

 Session: 2 New Approaches To Biomaterial Design

The adoption of combinatorial and computational strategies in biomaterials design was used to satisfy the specific requirements of many diverse biomedical or prosthetic applications. The final goal of the use of combinatorial and computational approaches in biomaterials design is to turn the normal mode of materials discovery around. Virtual polymer libraries are the good means to explore a wide range of new polymer compositions in a time- and cost-effective fashion. The model structures are then used to derive predictions on polymer properties, thereby creating a rational way to select a smaller subset of these virtual polymers for actual synthesis and exploration. The recent trends in the manufacture of biomaterials are 3D Technology, Additive Manufacturing Technologies, Bio photopolymer designs for bone regeneration, etc.

Session: 3 3D Bio Printing Technology
Three dimensional (3D) bioprinting is the use of 3D printing–like techniques to combine cells, growth factors, and biomaterials to fabricate scientific discipline elements that maximally imitate natural tissue characteristics. Generally, 3D bioprinting utilizes the layer-by-layer technique to deposit materials called bio-inks to form tissue-like structures that are later employed in medical and tissue engineering fields. With relevancy, the Nano-scale dimensions, the biomaterials area unit classified into 3 types

1. Nano-particle
2. Nano-fibre
3. Nano-sheet
Bioprinting helps within the analysis by the printing of complicated tissues and organs. it's collectively used for tiny devices and microarrays. The foremost common universal file formats used for 3D printing area unit STL (stereolithography) and VRML (virtual reality modeling language).


Session: 4 Advanced Biomaterials
Biomaterials are natural or artificial materials that are meant to correlate with the biological system either as a region of the medical device or to exchange or to repair any contused organs or tissues. Biomaterials are of natural or artificial type Silk and gelatine are some natural biomaterials, whereas the artificial biomaterials are polymers, ceramics, metals, semiconductors Bioceramics like corundum, bioglass, and zirconium oxide are used. Bio composites are made by exploitation resins and natural fibers. Metals are principally a rare selection of biomaterials within the fields of dental, orthopedic, internal organ implants because metals will result in wear, corrosion. So, surface coating and modification of metals are essential for medical applications. 3D printing of the biomaterials is the most advanced variety of biomaterial design

Related Conferences: Biomaterial ConferencesTissue Engineering conferences, Biomaterials and Nanotechnology ConferencesDental Biomaterials,  BiosensorsTheranosticsPolymer BiomaterialsCardiovascular Biomaterial Conferences

Session: 5 Tissue Engineering

Tissue engineering is the use of a combination of cells, engineering, and materials ways, and appropriate organic chemistry and chemistry factors to boost or replace biological tissues. Tissue engineering involves the employment of a tissue scaffold for the formation of the latest viable tissue for a medical purpose. Tissue engineering is that the utilization of natural biology of the system which results in developing therapeutic ways aimed towards the replacement, repair, maintenance, or enhancement of tissue function. The goal of tissue engineering is to assemble useful constructs that restore, maintain, or improve broken tissues or whole organs. Artificial skin and animal tissue are samples of built tissues that are approved by the FDA are also used, but, presently they are restricted.


Session 6: Orthopaedic Biomaterials
Bone and joint degenerative and inflammatory problems are faced by millions of people worldwide. In fact, they lead to the chronic diseases in people over 50 years of age in most of the developed countries. At present, strong requirements in orthopedics are still to be met, both in bone and joint substitution and in repair and regeneration of bone defects. The tremendous advances in the biomaterials field have been created within the past fifty years wherever materials are used for medical functions have evolved through 3 completely different generations, namely first generation (bio-inert materials), second-generation (bioactive and perishable materials) and third-generation (materials designed to stimulate specific responses at the molecular level). Structural and non-structural bone grafts add length, height, and volume to change alignment, function. Bone graft varieties include corticocancellous auto graft, allograft, xenograft, and synthetic graft.

Session 7: Dental Biomaterials
Dental biomaterials comprise both the natural dental tissues like enamel, cementum, dentin and the synthetic dental materials such as polymers, composites, ceramics, etc. They are used to repair damaged and decayed teeth. These dental biomaterials are of various types like orthodontics, braces, implants, etc. Orthodontics is a fragment of dentistry that leads to the alignment of teeth and jaws to improve oral health. Braces are used in orthodontics to straighten teeth and to treat irregularities in teeth. Dental implants are the cylindrical forms which are made up of titanium, which is used as a substitute for the missing teeth. Prosthesis is the device intended to replace a missing part of the body. Diseased or missing eyes, arms, hands, legs, or joints are replaced by using prosthetic devices. False teeth are known as dental prostheses.


Session 8: Cardiovascular Biomaterials
Biomaterials that are used in the cardiovascular system include biological substances, metals, and polymers. Materials of biological origin include structures such as pericardia, arteries and veins, and heart valves. Devices also include biological substances, e.g., as coatings, such as collagen and heparin are used. Metals like titanium, stainless steel, nitinol, cobalt-chrome alloys are used in many biomaterial devices. These metals are of passive surfaces or surfaces that can be passivated. Silver is used for coating purpose and designated to resist infection. Biomaterials are used throughout the cardiovascular system as both temporary and permanent devices. Cardiovascular devices can be divided into three categories: temporary external devices, temporary internal devices, and permanent internal devices. These categories are useful in determining the type of testing required. Polymeric materials that are used in the cardiovascular system include polytetrafluoroethylene, polyethylene terephthalate, polyvinyl chloride, etc.


Session 9: Smart Biomaterials
Smart biomaterials have the ability to respond to the physical, chemical and biological stimuli, and continue to impact many aspects of the modern medicine. Smart materials can promote many therapies and improve the treatment of debilitating diseases. One goal in the ?eld of smart materials is their application in tissue engineering, drug delivery, immune engineering, and medical devices to develop materials that are biocompatible and are able to respond to endogenous and exogenous signals or the surrounding environment.

Session 10: Biomaterials And Nanotechnology
Bionanomaterials are molecular materials containing partly or completely of biological molecules. Some of them result in structures of Nano-scale-dimension. Magnetic nanomaterials are the magnetic particles of Nano size that are of exclusive magnetic properties. These magnetic nanomaterials exist in various forms such as dry powders, surface-functionalized powders or as stable dispersions in a variety of solvents, both aqueous and organic. These Bionanomaterials applications include novel fibers, sensors, adhesives, etc. Nano biomaterials are used for regeneration practices, cancer treatment, the polymeric nanomaterials are important for gene or drug delivery systems. Nanofiber scaffolds have diameters less than 100 nm Nano scaffolding is a method to regenerate tissue and bone, which is also used in stem cell expansion.

Session 11: Biodegradable Biomaterials
Degradable biomaterials have a lot of applications in medicine and surgery. These materials are designed in such a way that they get degraded in the body over a predetermined implantation period, so that degradation achieves or helps to achieve a particular function. Biodegradable polymers can be natural or synthetic. The synthetic polymers have greater advantages than the natural ones because they can be more freely tailored to give a portfolio of desired properties. The general requirement for selecting a polymer for use as a biomaterial includes primarily mechanical properties (tension, compression, and shear) and the degradation time necessary for the specific application. These should be degraded in the implantation site, leaving nontoxic products. In addition, surface properties of biomaterials, such as hydrophobicity and hydrophobicity, surface charge, polarity, and the distribution of reactive chemical groups may be important issues that have to be considered. The most commonly used chemical groups are esters, anhydrides, orthoesters, and amides.

Session 12: Biophotonics And Biomedical Optics
Biophotonics deals with the study of optical procedures in various biological systems that occur naturally and in bioengineered materials. Imaging and Detecting cells and tissues is an important feature of this field. This can be useful in drug delivery to inject fluorescent markers and to track cell dynamics. Biophotonics is also used to study biological materials like studying scattering material, on a microscopic or macroscopic scale. Microscopy and optical coherence tomography are common microscale applications of Biophotonics. On the macroscopic scale, the light diffuses and applications normally deal with diffuse optical imaging and tomography. To resolve problems in medicine and biology Biomedical optics can be used in the design and application of advanced optical techniques.

Session 13: Biosensors
A biosensor is an analytical device, used for the detection of a chemical substance that combines a biological component with a physicochemical detector. The sensitive biological elements like tissues, microorganisms, organelles, cell receptors, enzymes, antibodies, nucleic acids or a biologically derived material or biomimetic component that interacts, binds or combines with the analyte under analysis. The biosensors can also be designed by using biological engineering. The biosensor reader device with the electronics or signal processors is firstly responsible for the display of the results in a user-friendly way. These are cheaper and do not require a complex biocatalyst. A biosensor mainly consists of a bio-recognition site, bio transducer component, and electronic system which has a signal amplifier, processor, and display. 

Session 14: Biomaterials In Delivery Systems
Biomaterials play a key role in delivery systems importantly in drug delivery. Numerous kinds of drug delivery systems, surgical implants, wound closure devices, artificial organs are usually reliant on biomaterials. Biomaterials are useful in gene delivery that makes transgene expression and tissue growth along with the regeneration of tissues. Modulation of several features of the immune system known as Immunomodulation. With the help of biomaterials in drug delivery systems, power and competence can be extended for regenerative medicine therapies. Now hydrogels are treated as the smart drug delivery system, which is often used as sustained drug release systems, which is playing a key role in the healing of cancer. Extracellular media or vesicles are used for macromolecular drug delivery. Biomaterials can also be used for islet delivery, and in imaging.

Session 15: Utility Based Biomaterials
The development of novel antimicrobial Biomaterials and adhesive biomaterials are currently increasing impetus. These biomaterial-based devices have significant advantages compared to sutures, like their sealing or repairing ability, easy use modality and delivery in-situ of compounds for accelerating wound healing.

Session 16: Biomaterial-Vaccines

Biomaterials contain features which improve control of responses to vaccines and immunotherapy. In comparison to the previous advancements of vaccines and immunotherapies, there is a requirement for the control over the types of immune responses generated to combat infection, cancer, and autoimmunity. Biomaterials – a term comprehending synthetic and natural polymers, lipids, self-assembled nanostructures, and engineered artificial cells –provide unique features to enable this control. Advancements among the planning and implementation of biomaterials have raised effectiveness and reduced toxicity of cancer immunogens by controlling the unleash of immunizing agent components to immune cells and their microenvironment.

Session 17: Clinical Applications Of Biomaterials For Tissue Regeneration

Millions of people suffer end stage organs and tissue failure. The treatment plans for this include transplantation, reconstruction, mechanical devices. Biomaterials are the materials that are implanted into the body as a medical device for medical functions. These materials have various medical applications like cancer medical aid, artificial ligaments and tendons, orthopedically for joint replacements, bone plates, and ophthalmic usage in contact lenses, for wound healing within the type of surgical sutures, clips, nerve regeneration, in reproductive therapy as breast implants, spinal rods, Replace dead skin. These materials even have some non-medical uses like to grow cells in the medium, an assay of blood proteins in laboratories.

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Biomaterial ConferencesTissue Engineering conferences, Biomaterials and Nanotechnology ConferencesOrthopaedic ConferencesMaterials CongressChronic disordersBiomaterials in Delivery systemsBiodegradable Materials

Session-18: Plastic And Cosmetic Surgeries
Biomaterials in Plastic and cosmetic surgeries have its application in the accompanying fields of therapeutic businesses. The real triumph for biomaterials in Plastic medical procedure is artificial breast implant which is intended to remove cancer affected breast. The cosmetic surgery is predominant in bioengineered skins, cellular dermal matrices, and craniofacial medical procedures and in peripheral nerve repair.

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Biomaterial ConferencesTissue Engineering conferences, Biomaterials and Nanotechnology ConferencesOrthopaedic ConferencesMaterials CongressChronic disordersBiomaterials in Delivery systemsBiodegradable Materials

Session-19: Organ Transplantation

The transplantation of a whole organ with new therapeutic means that may overcome the drawbacks involved in the current artificial organs.  It is an exciting research area that aims at regenerative alternatives to harvested tissues for organ transplantation with soft tissues. As a result of the medical and market potential, there is significant academic and corporate interest in this technology.

·         Hybrid artificial organs
·         Modeling of Organs
·         Microbial Sterilization
·         Microbial Decontamination

·         Cellular Interactions

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Biomaterial ConferencesTissue Engineering conferences, Biomaterials and Nanotechnology ConferencesOrthopaedic ConferencesMaterials CongressChronic disordersBiomaterials in Delivery systemsBiodegradable Materials

Market Analysis Report

The global biomaterials market size was estimated at USD 106.5 billion in 2019 and is expected to register a CAGR of 15.9% over the forecast period. Rising prevalence of musculoskeletal and chronic skeletal medical conditions are expected to boost the demand for biomaterial-based implants, thereby augmenting the market growth. The demand for orthopedic implants is also rising owing to increasing geriatric population, at an increased risk of osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, and other musculoskeletal disorders.

Technological advancements have made biomaterials more versatile and have increased their utility in various fields of healthcare, such as bioengineering and tissue engineering. The advent of smart biomaterials that interact with biological systems for several biomedical applications, such as from transport of bioactive molecules to cellular functioning of the engineered functional tissues, drives the revenue generation in this market.

Companies are embracing the ongoing developments in novel drug delivery approaches for controlled release of drugs, thus fueling the market growth. For instance, in January 2019, DSM Biomedical partnered with ProMed Pharma to leverage its biomedical biomaterials with ProMed’s micromolding and extrusion capabilities to create novel controlled release drug implants and combination devices.

The porous-coated and fully or partially porous orthopedic implants have gained immense popularity in recent years. This is because the porous structures reduce the elastic modulus and stimulatebone growth around the implant. Powder metallurgy, 3-D printing, and additive manufacturing are some of the potential techniques to manufacture porous metallic and ceramic implants.

Growing demand for smart biomaterials that produce and transfer bioelectric signals similar to native tissues for accurate physiological functions, is expected to surge the market growth. Piezoelectric scaffolds are smart materials that play a significant role in tissue engineering. They stimulate the signaling pathways and consequently improve tissue regeneration at the impaired site.

The polymer product segment dominated the market in terms of revenue in 2019 and is expected to continue leading throughout the forecast period owing to the wide range of product applications. The wide availability of biopolymers and advanced polymers for bio-resorbable tissue fixation and other orthopedic applications is also expected to accelerate revenue generation of the segment.

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