The project pHMed researchs solution spun PLA fibres with pH-neutral degradation characteristics
Development of biofunctional hybrid membranes for permanent implant materials FilaMem
To improve life quality of lung cancer patients we develop biohybrid respiratory stent, PulmoStent.
The E-Suture project is investigating the use of tension-optimising materials and yarn structures as surgical suture material.
The BioPacer project is developing a biological pacemaker for babies and children. Traditional pacemakers are too big for the chest. The "BioPacer" consists of a small cylinder that is populated with endogenous cells of the heart-sick child and cultivated in a bioreactor. It will treat heart rhythm disorders.
We are developing a fully functional windpipe with capillary-like structures in the TracheaPrint project.
In the EndOxy project, we are developing a biohybrid lung that enables patients with life-threatening lung failure to receive long-term lung support
In the CellSpray project , we are working on the application of an innovatice spraying process for local cell therapy of the lungs.