Research & Development

At Secant Medical, our R&D team focuses on invention and innovation, whether it’s creating new textile geometries that challenge current manufacturing technologies or developing an advanced biomaterial platform that is on the cutting edge of regenerative medicine.

As we bridge the gap between product development and scientific research, our R&D efforts center on four key areas:
 
Biomedical textile technology development
Polymer processing
Implantable polymer research
Academic collaboration
 
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The Materials Science Lab at Secant Medical

Materials Science Laboratory

The Materials Science Lab at Secant Medical is equipped with state-of-the-art polymer analytical technologies that give our product development team the ability to physically and chemically identify and characterize materials. Staffed with cross-functional expertise in microbiology, chemistry and biomedical engineering, the lab provides a variety of in-house capabilities, including scanning electronic microscopy, infrared spectroscopy and polymer analysis. Read More »

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We are committed to advancing biomaterials that encourage healing

Emerging Technology

The research team at Secant Medical is dedicated to the future development of biomaterials and is exploring the potential of emerging technologies in the area of biopolymer materials, and advanced extrusion and coating techniques. Read More »

Secant Medical Medical Applications

Where our technology is used

Medical Applications

Our technology is used in industry gold-standard applications, from endovascular stent grafts to treat abdominal aortic aneurysms to bioresorbable meshes for hernia repair. Read More »

Secant Medical Leading Industry Institutions for Biomaterial Science

Strategic collaboration with leading industry groups and academic institutions

Partnerships

We are committed to strengthening our R&D work through strategic partnerships with industry and leading academic institutions around the world. Read More »

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