The Electrospinning Company

The Electrospinning Company

Manufacturing clinical grade biomaterials

2019
Year invested

The Electrospinning Company, first established in 2010 as a spin-out from research undertaken by the UK Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) uses technology called electrospinning to design, develop and manufacture biomaterials, known as ‘nanofibre scaffolds', which are made from synthetic polymers that are implanted into the human body; providing help for a range of medical patients and procedures, most typically in post-surgery recovery.

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