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Theme
"Unveiling Novel Trends in Material Science Technology"
- Biomaterials 2021

Welcome Message

On behalf of the 4th International Conference on Biomaterials and Nanomaterials, it is my honor to welcome attendees, presenters, industrialists, and exhibitors from all over the globe to Biomaterials 2021 from September 29-30, 2021, Webinar.

The modern field of biomaterials combines recent influences from materials science, tissue engineering, biology, medicine, chemistry and physics, and more. The field has grown significantly in the past decade due to discoveries in regenerative medicine and tissue engineering, and more.

Biomaterials 2021 is an entrancing event, dedicated this year to “Unveiling Novel Trends in Materials Science Technology”. In this conference, our main focuses are to foster, encourage and promote excellence in education and cooperative research in the biomaterial and nanomaterial science.

By organizing a variety of events, workshops, and exhibition during the conference, offering multiple platforms for participants to receive mentoring, advice and gather scientific contacts, we aim to increase the active participation of young researchers of this global population and confer several awards upon students and young members.

We hope your experience at Biomaterials Conference will be superlative and we are anticipating your presence.

Sessions/Tracks

Session on Advanced Biomaterials

 
Biomaterials are synthetic or natural materials that are considered to interrelate with the biological system either to repair any injured organs or to replace or tissues as a part of the medical device. Biomaterials can be made synthetically or they are naturally available materials. While the synthetic ones are the various forms of polymers, ceramics, and composites, gelatin and silk are few natural biomaterials. Biocomposites are designed by using natural fibers and resin. It can be wood fibers (magazines, soft and hardwoods) or non-wood natural fibers (wheat, rice, coconut, etc.). In the fields of orthopedic, dental and cardiac implants, metals are mostly a hard choice of biomaterials because metals can lead to corrosion and wear. So, modification of metals and surface coating are essential for medical applications.

Related Societies: The Federation of European Materials Societies; National Center for Metallurgical Research (CENIM); Materials Research Society (MRS); Austrian Society for Metallurgy and Materials (ASMET); German Society for Materials Science (DGM).
 

Session on 3D Printing and its impact on the outbreak of COVID-19

 
3D printing has come a long way in recent years, with manufacturing times improving. The time it takes to print items depends on both the quality of the printer as well as the complexity of the item being printed. As we enter a new stage with COVID-19 continuing to obstruct supply chains and causing shortages of essential medical equipment, the 3D printing community is stepping in to help.

The 3Dprinting community is coming together with a number of initiatives to help. Many companies and organizations are taking aim at the shortages to quickly get materials in the hands of medical professionals, as well as the general public. In this session, we discuss the wide innovation and the procedures of 3D printing which is manufactured to confront the outbreak of COVID-19.

Related Societies: European Society for Biomaterials (ESB)National 3Dprinting SocietySociety for Biomaterials (SFB)Epilepsy Society.

Session on Current Trends in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

 
The field of tissue engineering has offered the possibility of regenerating new tissue in order to treat diseases and conditions within the body of humans. In the past years' approach, based on modified methodology grounded, it is reviewed and identified some of the high-impact publications on the topics that are revolutionizing Tissue engineering and helping to define the future directions of the field, namely: Diagnostic and the prognostic tools, New trends in tissue engineering, and contribution of tissue engineering to other fields. Regenerative medicine is a section of tissue engineering that covers the process of replacing or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to reestablish the usual biological function by means of cells, stem cells and biomaterials. Scaffolds are the materials designed to cause cellular interactions that basically aids in formation of new tissues. Biomaterials help in creating new materials for stem cell delivery and tissue engineering. Cartilage and Bone tissue engineering is a quickly advancing field. New method of this engineering includes periodontal tissue regeneration with platelet rich plasma and mesenchymal stem cells.
 
Related Societies: Society for Biomaterials (SFB); Society for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Biomaterials and Tissue EngineeringTissue and Cell Engineering Society.

Session on Dental Biomaterials


Dental biomaterials involves both the synthetic dental materials such as polymers, composites, ceramics as well as the natural dental tissues like enamel, cementum, dentin etc. They are used to repair decayed and damaged teeth. These dental biomaterials are of diverse types i.e. braces, orthodontics, implants, etc. Braces are used in orthodontics treat irregularities in teeth and to straighten teeth. Orthodontics is a fragment of dentistry that leads jaws to improve oral health and to the alignment of teeth.  Dental implants are used as a substitute for any missing teeth which is cylindrical forms made up of titanium.

For consumables, the dental market is predicted to witness the substantial growth in upcoming years. At a CAGR of 6.8% from 2016 to 2021,the worldwide dental consumables market is expected to reach USD 35.35 Billion by 2021 from USD 25.45 Billion in 2016. Though, the partial reimbursement and high cost for dental care and the shortage of dental professionals are likely to retard the development of this market.

Related Societies: British Society for Restorative Dentistry; European Prosthodontics Association (EPA)American Association for Dental Research (AADR); The Academy of Dental MaterialsThe Association of Dental Implantology (ADI)British Society of Periodontology.

Session on Biomaterials and Nanotechnology

 
Biomaterials research activity spans applications and fundamentals in colloidal science, polymer chemistry, and nanotechnology. Biomaterial science has emerged as a new field in which a replacement or regeneration of damaged tissue has become one of the important focuses. Also, advances in the application of multifunctional nanoparticles for biomedical applications have been made. Implementation of nano-medicine in preclinical, clinical studies, and cellular has led to interesting advances ranging from applied to fundamental research.
 
Biomaterials include artificial materials and living tissue used for the replacement, stimulation, and repair of biological systems. Nanotechnology involves the use of technologies and development that operate on the nanometer length scale, around the size of a large biomolecule. Efforts are undergoing to combine these areas to assemble materials from nanoscale building blocks.
 
Related Societies: Society for Biomaterials (SFB)European Society for Biomaterials (ESB)Romanian Society of BiomaterialsThe Korean Society of Biomaterials; Scandinavian Society for Biomaterials.

Session on Biomaterials in Drug Delivery Systems


Biomaterials play an important role in drug delivery. Numerous kinds of surgical implants, drug delivery systems, artificial organs, wound closure devices are usually depending on biomaterials. Biomaterials help in gene delivery that in the course make tissue growth and transgene expression along with the regeneration of tissues. Immunomodulation i.e., modulating or altering several features of the immune system, the power, and competence of regenerative medicine therapies can be enlarged. Hydrogels are termed as the smart drug delivery system at present, which are often used as sustained drug release systems, which has importance in the healing of cancer. Extracellular media or vesicles are used for macromolecular drug delivery. Biomaterials can also be used for imaging and islet delivery etc.

Related Societies: Society for Biomaterials (SFB); The Korean Society of Biomaterials; Canadian Biomaterials Society; European Society for Biomaterials (ESB).

Session on Bio-imaging & Bio-photonics


Bio-photonics is an interdisciplinary field that investigates the fundamental principles governing light interaction with biological organisms, tissues, cells, and molecules and develops new technology for basic science and clinical applications based on the principles. Bioimaging processes with the aim to interfere as little as possible with life. It is often used to gain information on the 3-D structure of the observed specimen from the outside, i.e. without physical interference. Bioimaging includes methods of visualizing biological material that has been fixed for observation. Bioimaging reaches the observation of subcellular structures and entire cells over tissues up to entire multicellular organisms. From others, it uses light, fluorescence, electrons, ultrasound, X-ray, magnetic resonance and positrons as sources for imaging.
 
Related Societies: Quantitative Bioimaging Society (QBI); International Society for Photonics; Society of America (OSA); International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE).
                                                                   

Session on Properties and Applications of Biomaterials

 
Biomaterials are commonly used for delivery of drugs and tissue growth likewise; their properties are also having a great impact on the proliferation of tissues and cell growth. Mechanical properties include fracture toughness, hardness, elastic modulus, fatigue, etc. Physical properties like surface, size, compartmentalization, shape, etc. Surface properties include surface characterization, surface tension, charge, etc. Biosensors are the devices that convert biological responses from biological molecules into electrical signals. Nano topography means the surface characters that are formed at Nano scale, having applications in the field of cell engineering and medicine. It can be formed by using numerous techniques such as plasma functionalization and etching etc. Biohybrid materials or Bioconjugates are substances that are formed by linking of non-biogenic and biogenic compounds via the chemical bond. Bioinspired material is synthetic which looks like living matter or natural materials in case of properties, structure, and function. Biomaterials Applications such as Heart valve, Intraocular lenses, Dental Implants, Vascular Grafts, Hip Replacements.
 
Related Societies: Society for Biomaterials (SFB)Society for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Biomaterials and Tissue EngineeringTissue and Cell Engineering Society.

Session on Bio Devices, Technologies and Sensors

 
In this session, we will discuss the biodevices, biotechnologies and biosensors which are currently in use and the advancement exploring day by day by the scientists, industrialists, and experts.
 
Biodevices has agitated the sequencing of nucleic acids specific to infectious disease testing. After the introduction of the first test for Legionella disease, nucleic acid probe testing has become one of the most propitious tools in the clinical laboratoryBiotechnology is the use of biology to find solutions and make useful products. The most influential area of biotechnology is the production of therapeutic proteins and other drugs through genetic engineering.
 
Related Societies: The Electrochemical Society of JapanOptical Society of AmericaAmerican Chemical SocietyBiomedical Engineering SocietyThe International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth.

Session on Biomimetic and Bionics

 
Bionics is the study of mechanical systems that function as parts of living organisms or living organisms. While the world of bionics now encloses almost all parts of the human body—external and internal.
 
Biomimicry is an innovation look about sustainable solutions to human challenges by emulating nature's time- tested strategies and patterns. The goal is to create processes, products, and policies new ways of living that are well-adapted to life on earth.
 
Related Societies: International Society of Bionic Engineering; Society for Technical Biology and BionicsKeystone Society; Canadian Engineering Education Association.

Session on Functional Nanomaterials


Functional nanomaterials are the assertion of recently rising nanotechnologies for different gadget applications. Nanomaterials with numerous sorts of creations and morphologies have been widely researched, and show different sorts of usefulness in ranges, for example, turn elements, electronic structure, optical impacts, and gas detecting. Due to new creation methods and cutting edge portrayal, nanomaterials are present key to various orders, including materials science, science, building and drug. This exceptional volume introduces an itemized outline of late research advancements on useful nanomaterials, including portrayal, combination, and applications.

Related Societies:  American Society US -Minerals; Metals &Materials Society of Testing and Materials; South East Asia Iron and Steel Institute (SEAISI); Chinese Society for Composite Materials (CSCM)International Union of Materials Research Society.

Session on Nano biomaterials


For Biomedical Applications, Nanostructured Materials fills in as an extraordinary condition for the quickly developing biomaterials network on themes at the interface of nanotechnology and biomaterials. Biomaterials can be theorized as manufactured materials can be embedded into the human body to supplant an infected part or irregular capacities that are perfect with the human body.

Nano biomaterials are made totally or incompletely out of organic atoms and bringing about structures having a Nano-scale-measurement. Attractive nanomaterials are the attractive particles of Nano size that are having attractive selective properties. They are in various structures, for example, dry powders, as surface functionalized. These Nano biomaterials will have potential applications as sensors, novel filaments, glues, and so forth. Bio-nanomaterials are utilized for disease treatment, recovery rehearses, , and the polymeric ones are significant for quality conveyance frameworks.

Related Societies: American National Standards Institute Nanotechnology Panel; Instituto Zuliano de Investigaciones Tecnológicas; American Physical Society; Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance; European Society for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology; Semiconductor Industry Association; Collaborative Centre for Applied Nanotechnology.

Session on NanoScience and Technology


Nanoscience and technology is the part of science. It considers frameworks and controls matter on nuclear, supramolecular and sub-atomic scales. Nano indicates one billion of a unit of measure. Nano Science and Technology refers to controlled control of structures and Phenomena. Nano Science and Technology have Nanoscale measurement. For some issues, nanotechnology has enormous possibilities to give mechanical answers in science fields.

Related Societies: Collaborative Centre for Applied Nanotechnology; American National Standards Institute Nanotechnology PanelAmerican Physical SocietyIranian Nanotechnology Laboratory NetworkEuropean Society for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology.

Session on Nanomaterials Applications


As nanomaterials have exclusive, advantageous physical, chemical, and mechanical properties, they can be applied in a host of applications including, but not limited to, Next-Generation Computer Chips, Kinetic Energy Penetrators with Improved Lethality, Better Insulation Materials, Phosphors for High-Definition TV, Low-Cost Flat-Panel Displays, Tougher and Harder Cutting Tools, Elimination of Pollutants, High Energy Density Batteries, High-Power Magnets, High-Sensitivity Sensors, Automobiles with Greater Fuel Efficiency, Aerospace Components with Enhanced Performance Characteristics, Better and Future Weapons Platforms, Longer-Lasting Satellites, Longer-Lasting Medical Implants, Ductile, Machinable Ceramics, and Large Electrochromic Display Devices.

Related Societies: American National Standards Institute Nanotechnology Panel; European Society for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology; National Nanotechnology Directorate.

Market Analysis

The global biomaterials market size is expected to register a CAGR of 15.9% over the forecast period and was estimated at USD 106.5 billion in 2019. Increasing prevalence of chronic skeletal and musculoskeletal medical conditions is expected to raise the demand for biomaterial-based implants, thereby augmenting the market growth. Technological improvements have made biomaterials more resourceful and have increased their use in various department of healthcare, such as tissue engineering and bioengineering. For several biomedical applications, the occurrence of smart biomaterials that interact with biological systems, such as from transport of bioactive molecules to cellular functioning of the engineered functional tissues which steers the revenue generation in this market.

The global nanomaterials market size is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.1% from 2020 to 2027 and was valued at USD 8.5 billion in 2019. In order to improve the strength and durability of aircraft parts, high potential for product adoption for aerospace applications, is expected to drive the market over the forecast period. Prompt developments in growth in the medical diagnostics industry, healthcare technology, and abundant advantages of medicinal imaging applications are expected to drive the market. Furthermore, rising government spending on biotechnology, increased focus on research concerning nanotechnology and pharmaceutical R&D is anticipated to augment growth of the nanomaterials market.


Report Attribute

Details of Biomaterials

Details of Nanomaterials

         Market size value in 2020

USD 121.1 billion

USD 9.6 billion

                   Growth Rate

CAGR of 15.97% from 2020 to 2027

CAGR of 13.1% from 2020 to 2027

          Revenue forecast in 2027

USD 348.4 billion

USD 22.9 billion

                  Country scope

South Africa; Canada; Germany; UK.; US; Japan; China; Brazil; Mexico

US.; UK.; Germany; China; Japan; India

                 Regional scope

Latin America; North America; Europe; Asia Pacific; MEA

North America; Europe; Asia Pacific; Rest of the World

Key Companies

Invibio Ltd.; Medtronic plc; Evonik Industries AG; Carpenter Technology Corporation; Berkeley Advanced Biomaterials; Johnson & Johnson; Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc.; BASF SE; Covalon Technologies Ltd.; Stryker; Dentsply Sirona; CoorsTek Inc.;Corbion; Collagen Matrix, Inc.

American Elements; US Research Nanomaterials, Inc.; Nanocomposix, Inc.; Frontier Carbon Corporation; Reade International Corporation; NanoMaterials Technology Pte Ltd.; Nanoshel LLC; SkySpring Nanomaterials, Inc.; Nanografi Nano Technology; Cytodiagnostics, Inc.; Nanophase Technologies Corporation; Quantum Materials Corp.; Strem Chemicals, Inc.; Hyperion Catalysis International Inc.; Nanostructured & Amorphous Materials, Inc.

 

Global Nanomaterials and Biomaterials Market Share, by application, 2019 (%)

Past Conference Report

We would like to express a great appreciation to all the plenary speakers and participants who joined this international network and visited Singapore, to make their deposit by their high-quality presentations, exciting and interesting discussions at the unique atmosphere of this fruitful scientific gathering.

Allied Academies hosted the 2nd International Conference on Biomaterials and Nanomaterials during May 20-21, 2019 at Vienna, Austria, Biomaterials 2019 was marked with multiple sessions, keynote presentations, and panel discussions. We received copious involvement and response from young and brilliant researchers, business delegates and talented communities who made this Conference as one of the most successful and productive events in 2019 from AAC.

Biomaterials 2019 started with the welcome and opening remarks of the conference host and the proceedings also went through interactive sessions and panel discussions headed by a young and dynamic moderator, Professor, Dr. Thomas J. Webster, Northeastern University, USA.

The meeting was carried out through different sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific topics:

  • Polymeric materials
  • Ceramic materials
  • Composite materials
  • Biomimetic materials
  • Advanced materials
  • Nanomaterials
  • Biomaterials in Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
  • Biomaterials in Orthopaedics
  • Biomaterials in 3D Printing / Bioprinting
  • Biomaterials in Implantology
  • Biomechanics
  • Biosensors
  • Biophotonics & Biomedical optics
  • Other applications of Biomaterials & Nanomaterials
Biomaterials 2019 carried out by various scientific-sessions and plenary lectures in which the following Speakers were highlighted as Keynote speakers:

  • Agnieszka Kyziol | Jagiellonian University | Poland
  • Danny Baranes | Ariel University | Israel
  • Chin-Tarng Lin | National Taiwan University | Taiwan
  • Andrea Spaggiari | University of Modena and Reggio Emilia | Italy
  • Larry D. Unsworth | University of Alberta | Canada
  • Rossana Mara da Silva Moreira Thiré | Federal University of Rio de Janeiro | Brazil
  • Aharon Gendenkan | Bar-Ilan University | Israel
  • Yuncang Li | RMIT University | Australia
  • Filip Schröter | Immanuel Hospital Bernau | Germany
  • Sou Ryuzaki | Kyushu University | Japan
  • Silvia Todros | University of Padova | Italy
  • Qing-Hua Xu | National University of Singapore | Singapore
  • Thomas J Webster | Northeastern University | USA
  • Hinrich Grothe | Vienna University of Technology | Austria
Allied Academies have taken the privilege of felicitating the Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers and all the speakers who supported the grand success of this event. We would like to congratulate the awardees for their outstanding performance in the field of Biomaterials and express our gratitude to all the attendees who put their efforts in presentations and sincerely wishes them success in future endeavors.

Following on from the success of the Biomaterials 2019 Conference and Biomaterials Webinar, we are excited to announce the commencement of the 4th International Conference on Biomaterials and Nanomaterials.

Bookmark your dates: We hope to see you at Biomaterials 2021 during September 29-30, 2021, Webinar.

Meet again @Biomaterials2021

PROCEEDINGS OF BIOMATERIALS CONFERENCE

Biomaterials 2019 proceedings at  https://www.alliedacademies.org/conference-abstracts/biomaterials-materials-physics-2019-proceedings.html

Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Shu Chien
Director, Institute of Engineering In Medicine, UC San Diego, Bioengineering
University of California
Los Angeles, USA
OCM Member
Tomoaia-Cotisel Maria
Director, Research Center in Physical Chemistry
Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
OCM Member
Yuncang Li
Associate Professor, Manufacturing, Materials and Mechatronics
RMIT university
Melbourne, Australia
OCM Member
Professor Alexander Seifalian
CEO and Professor
The London BioScience Innovation Centre
London, United Kingdom
OCM Member
Sergey Suchkov
Professor, Immunology & Medicine
Russian Academy of Sciences, Saratov
Moscow, Russia
OCM Member
Dr. Omid Akbarzadeh
Chemical Engineering (Ph.D.), Nanotechnology & Catalysis Research Centre
University of Malaya
Kualalumpur, Malaysia
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