Doctors May Soon Be Able to ‘Spray’ Bandages onto Wounds – For Montana Tech team, electrospinning leads to head-spinning success
Electrospinning uses electric force to produce what Skinner calls “artificial spiderwebs,” tiny polymer fibers smaller than a hair.
The new technology comes in a research sector that is filled with promise, utility — and the potential for big money. Wound-care technology, according to Transparency Market Research, could be a $35 billion market in five years.
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