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Filters of the future

Imperial's Professor Andrew Livingston gives listeners the low-down on membranes and how they are used to make many products we need in our daily lives.

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Bouncy bio-glass scaffolds: computer animation

The bio-glass material could be used in the future to re-grow cartilage or as a cartilage replacement material. In the computer animation, the team show how a scaffold could be implanted behind the knee to encourage cartilage cells to grow.

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Bouncy bio-glass: team demonstrate self-healing properties

The bio-glass material could be used in the future to re-grow cartilage or as a cartilage replacement material. In the video the researchers demonstrate how it can self-heal, which could make it a more resilient and reliable implant.

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Bouncy bio-glass: team demonstrate bouncy properties

The bio-glass material could be used in the future to re-grow cartilage or as a cartilage replacement material. In the video the researchers demonstrate its shock-absorbing qualities, similar to how cartilage cushions our bones, by bouncing.

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CPT Pumice Sand

Section of a 3D CPT penetration in Pumice Sand

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