Chemical covalent bonding processes on different biomaterials. (A: silanization on calcium phosphate bioceramic [59, 60], B: carbodiimide immobilization on titanium metal [61] and C: polypeptide grafting on biopolymer [62]).

Chemical covalent bonding processes on different biomaterials. (A: silanization on calcium phosphate bioceramic B: carbodiimide immobilization on titanium metal and C: polypeptide grafting on biopolymer

Electron Beam Technology for Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive Applications

Electron Beam Technology for Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive Applications

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Plasma Treatment Explained in Simple Terms

Centre for Kode Technology Innovation (KTI) - Auckland University of Technology

Kode Biotech Ltd is a New Zealand biotech company that has developed the Kode™ Technology platform. Research supporting this platform is based in the Centre

Plasma Treatment Explained in Simple Terms : Henniker Plasma Treatment

What is Plasma Treatment? Plasma treatment is used to alter the surface properties of a wide range of materials to make them easier to bond, glue and paint.

High Throughput Membrane Modification

High Throughput Membrane Modification

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Produces lubricious hydrophilic medical coatings, contact angle/plasma equipment & lioli™ IOL Delivery System, an intraocular lens injector for cataract surgery

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Cell Surface Modification - Glycobiology | Sigma-Aldrich

Cell Surface Modification - Glycobiology | Sigma-Aldrich

The technology could be used for detecting antibodies that could harm an unborn baby.

No matter how many books you read, you still worry that you might actually give birth to a cat. Or an alien. Or stay pregnant forever.

Potential uses for the innovation include invisible identification for high-value clothing.

An Auckland scientist has invented molecules that can attach themselves to any surface in a few minutes and modify every type of cell or virus.

Professor Steve Henry describes the innovation as like paint for biological surfaces.

An Auckland scientist has invented molecules that can attach themselves to any surface in a few minutes and modify every type of cell or virus.

On Wednesday night, Kode Biotech won the Supreme Innovator Award at the NZ Innovators Awards.

On Wednesday night, Kode Biotech won the Supreme Innovator Award at the NZ Innovators Awards.

Under the terms of the agreement, Kode may receive up to £21 million in development and sales milestones, plus royalties on net sales.

Under the terms of the agreement, Kode may receive up to million in development and sales milestones, plus royalties on net sales.

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