Inovenso Inc. has recently donated an advanced Laboratory Electrospinning unit to Boston University, to enable Dr Sherif Soliman and his colleagues to work on Tissue Engineering Scaffolds and other related applications. Our partners and customers can now visit their lab, to see and test the machine. Please contact us to schedule a visit: email@example.com… Continue reading
New updates on electrospinning and nanofiber market, news, articles, usage areas and developments.
Today we had a great honor to host Mr Klepsch and Mr Eisenmann, CEO and Process engineer of Senoplast, Austrian-based company and one of the leaders in Plastics field. We have set revolutionary goals, that will push the limits of Electrospinning, and the nanofibers word as we know it today… Continue reading
Polymer-based nanofibers are produced using a process called electrospinning. In this process, the polymer material (sometimes a polymer melt) is electrically charged and then subjected to an applied electrical field where the polymeric material is removed and ‘whipped’ from the source in fine ‘needle-like’ structures to form nanofibers. Figure 1. Schema of electrospinning process (www.inovenso.com)  Electrospinning … Continue reading
SEMoscope, world’s fastest Desktop Scanning Electron Microscope takes your image scanning performance to a upper level. The SEMoscope desktop scanning electron microscope (SEM) helps customers stay competitive in a world where critical dimensions are continuously getting smaller and there is plenty of room at the bottom. The SEMoscope Tabletop SEM combines ultimate imaging power up to 150,000x magnification rate … Continue reading
Electrospun nanofiber matrices display morphological similarities to the natural ECM, characterized by high surface-to-volume ratio, ultra fine continuous fibers, variable pore-size distribution similar to the dimensions of basement membranes, and high porosity. As a result, there has been remarkable effort to develop new applications based on materials created using electrostatic processes in the pharmaceutical and … Continue reading
Today, the need for vascular grafts is growing in importance, this is owed to the increasing number of patients requiring artificial vessel implantations because of cardiovascular diseases, hemodialysis treatments, etc. Downsides of Existing Synthetic Blood Vessels Various laborious methods are used by tissue engineers to produce synthetic blood vessels. Woven or knitted vascular grafts of polyurethane … Continue reading
Electrospraying and electrospinning are both electrohydrodynamic mechanisms which are used for the fabrication of nano/microparticles and nano/microfibers. Fundamentals of Both the Processes The electrostatic force is applied to produce electrically charged jets out of viscoelastic polymer solutions. Solvent is evaporated in time and nano-micro structures are obtained once the process is complete. Concentration of the polymer … Continue reading