Dr. Alexandru Biris, director of the UA Little Rock Center for Integrative Nanotechnology Sciences, who helped develop a nanomaterial bone regeneration technology Credit: Lonnie Timmons III/UA Little Rock Communications
Dr. Alexandru Biris, director of the UA Little Rock Center for Integrative Nanotechnology Sciences, who helped develop a nanomaterial bone regeneration technology

New bone regeneration technology has wide-ranging benefits

Defense Department-funded research could move to clinical trials in the next few years.

Advanced materials are revolutionizing our daily lives — from clothing to clinics to ... cattle?

A nanomaterial-based bone regeneration technology developed at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock helped save a valuable animal’s life. In the future, this technology could help people suffering from a variety of severe injuries and ailments.

Dr. Alexandru Biris, director of the University of Arkansas Little Rock Center for Integrative Nanotechnology Sciences, le

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