Senior BD hires at The Electrospinning Company to drive growth in key areas. Executives bring more than 30 years’ experience in global medical device companies

Harwell, UK, September 12th, 2023 – The Electrospinning Company, a leading contract research, development and manufacturing organisation for electrospun biomaterials in medical devices, is driving its international expansion with the appointment of two senior business development executives. Conan Campbell, who joins as Senior Director of Business Development, is a specialist in vascular implant coatings. North… Read more »

Innovative Collaboration Elevates Coronary Stent Performance: A Milestone Achievement

We are proud to share the success story of a collaborative effort that is transforming the potential of coronary stent devices. The Electrospinning Company is collaborating with Relisys Medical Devices, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of highly innovative cardiovascular medical devices, to develop innovative products which could advance cardiovascular care and revolutionize patient outcomes…. Read more »

A Production Technician Intern Journey at TECL

Kinga is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Medical Engineering at Swansea University in Wales. During her industry placement, she was working as a Production Technician Intern at The Electrospinning Company, where she gained valuable experience in the area of biomaterials science and engineering. As a Production Technician, she collaborated closely with the… Read more »

Ever Congress, Valencia – Spain , October 2023

The Electrospinning Company is delighted to announce its participation in the upcoming EVER Congress scheduled for 26-28 October 2023. During the event, the University of Nottingham will be presenting our ground-breaking Symatix® Membrane in a research paper titled: “A Comparative In Vitro Study: Introducing a Biosynthetic Alternative to Human Amniotic Membrane for Cornea Repair.” This… Read more »

Non-Woven Stent Coating Technology – No Future for the Suture?

Over the last 12 months at The Electrospinning Company, huge developments have been made in our sutureless stent coating technology platform. Cardiovascular stents covered with textiles and films have known advantages over uncovered ones, primarily that the coating provides a direct barrier to tissue ingrowth to prevent restenosis. Current manufacturing processes use sutures to stitch a textile… Read more »

The Electrospinning Company and Bionicia Fluidnatek further strengthen their collaboration

The Electrospinning Company and Bioinicia Fluidnatek collaborate to provide the medical device industry with unmatched levels of process development and manufacturing capability for electrospun materials and implantable devices. ELECTROSPINNING uses the FLUIDNATEK® electrospinning and electrospraying equipment platform for its biomaterial development and for its custom design, development, and manufacturing services. ELECTROSPINNING & FLUIDNATEK have been… Read more »

Non-Woven Solutions in Dental Surgery

We visited the International Dental Show (IDS) show, Cologne in March 2023 to explore the use of electrospun membranes for bone tissue guide repair dental membranes. This is what we learnt: Studies have shown that decellularized collagen outperforms synthetic fibrous non-woven membranes, and synthetics are only used if patients request for them, for example to… Read more »

Our approach in covering technology

We deposit fibrous membranes directly onto metal and non-metal devices, using expertise that we have gained over a decade of producing innovative non-woven medical textiles. We select from a wide range of GMP-grade degradable or non-degradable polymers to tailor a medical textile covering to a customer’s device. Both external and internal surfaces can be coated… Read more »

Your Next Generation Dental Membrane

Could electrospun membranes be used in dentistry for guided bone regeneration (GBR) and/or guided tissue regeneration (GTR)? Could this lessen the destructive effects of periodontal diseases? Firstly, what are the key facets that surgeons and product designers are looking for? These include: • Cell occlusivity. • Closure membrane. • Resorbable functional barrier. • Retains integrity… Read more »