Biomaterials and electroactive polymers are designed to interact with or potentially replace various biological systems. Constructs such as contact lenses, actuators or sensors have been implemented to alter the physiology or performance of systems and therefore require a level of compliance to prevent damage or irritation or mimic the mechanics of a system. Aurora Scientific assists researchers in improving these materials by producing instruments that facilitate the study of the mechanical properties of these materials and how they are able to mimic the characteristics of a natural system.
Mechanical Testing of Compliant Polymers and Constructs Interacting with Biological Systems
electroactive polymers (EAP), gels & scaffolds, electrochemical actuators, electrothermal actuators, dielectric elastomer actuators, spider silk
Electroactive Polymers (EAP), Electrochemical Actuators Complete Systems & Products
Gels & Scaffolds Complete Systems
Spider Silk Complete Systems & Products