Definition of Biomaterials

1. Noun. (plural of biomaterial) ¹



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Definition of Biomaterials

1. biomaterial [n] - See also: biomaterial

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biomaterials

biomagnified
biomagnifies
biomagnify
biomagnifying
biomancy
biomanipulation
biomanufacturer
biomanufacturing
biomarker
biomarkers
biomaterial
biomaterials (current term)
biomathematical
biomathematics
biome
biomechanic
biomechanical
biomechanically
biomechanics
biomechanist
biomechanists
biomedical
biomedical and dental materials
biomedical cloning
biomedical engineering
biomedical model

Literary usage of Biomaterials

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1. Globalization of Materials R&d: Time for a National Strategy by National Research Council (U. S.) (2005)
"... section.6 biomaterials • The 2000 benchmarking report stated that US strength relative to other countries in basic and applied biomaterials research was ..."

2. Advanced Materials and Processing: The Fiscal Year 1994 Federal ProgramTechnology (1993)
"biomaterials that can provide timed-release drug delivery would obviate the need to ... HHS will initiate research to develop biomaterials that combine with ..."

3. Biomass and Agriculture: Sustainability, Markets and Policies by OECD Staff (2004)
"biomaterials: renewable industrial raw materials and derived processed products produced ... biomaterials produced from agricultural biomass mainly include ..."

4. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"biomaterials Testing includes a complete facility for non- destructive ... stress testing of biomaterials and internal and external prosthetic appliances. ..."

5. Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Energizing and Employing Americ by Cosepup (2007)
"Simultaneously, he was an instructor in the Harvard—MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, where he directed a biomaterials laboratory at MIT. ..."

6. Biopolymers: Making Materials Nature's Way by Office of Technology Assessment, United States, Congress (1993)
"Since biomaterials research cuts across several different disciplines such as chemistry, microbiology, and materials science, many potentially innovative ..."

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