Body doesn?t reject new Tomsk nanoprostheses, developers say

Body doesn?t reject new Tomsk nanoprostheses, developers sayResearchers in Tomsk, in Siberia, claim they have developed a nanoceramic analog of the natural bone to make prostheses which the human body won?t reject

Researchers in Tomsk, in Siberia, claim they have developed a nanoceramic analog of the natural bone to make prostheses which the human body won?t reject. The main developers are scientists at the local Research Institute of Strength Physics and Material Studies and at Tomsk State University (TSU). As Russian news agency RIA Novosti reported, citing a statement by Sergei Kulkov, the head of TSU?s strength and design chair, the scientists have actually made prostheses to replace small finger joints, using what they say is a unique porous nanoceramic material that is apparently very similar to the natural bone in structure and mechanical properties. This is a material good enough to replace any bone, Mr. Kulkov believes...