The Synthesis, Characterization and Biocompatibility of Poly(ester urethane) Polyhedral Oligomeric Silesquioxane Nanocomposites

Researchers have developed biodegradable and biocompatible polyurethane/POSS nanocomposites, offering potential in biomedical applications like tissue engineering. These nanocomposites, combining silicon-based POSS with polyurethane, exhibit improved properties like stiffness, strength, and lower surface tension. This advancement suggests promising applications in manufacturing biomedical devices, potentially improving biocompatibility and reducing bacterial adhesion. This study represents a significant step in developing advanced materials with enhanced biological functions

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Joshua U. Otaigbe