Mussel Polymers Announces New Multi-Functional Carbon and Aramid Fiber Coating for Stronger Lighter Reinforced Composites
BETHLEHEM, Pa., Sept. 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Carbon fiber reinforced materials are widely used in products from golf clubs to the world's most advanced aircraft due to their high strength, stability, and light weight. Mussel Polymers, Inc., a specialty materials and coatings company, announced today that it has successfully coated carbon and aramid fibers with its Poly(catechol-styrene) (PCS), which is a step forward in producing lighter, stronger fiber reinforced composites.
BETHLEHEM, Pa., Oct. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Mussel Polymers, Inc. has demonstrated that its proprietary Poly(Catechol-Styrene) molecule induces the mineralization of dentin (a layer of tooth material), specifically causing the deposition of Amorphous Calcium Phosphate (ACP). The deposition of ACP on dentin is expected to help alleviate the pain of 'dentin hypersensitivity.' The patented MPI tooth sensitivity treatment is expected to be longer-lasting than currently used non-surgical treatments.
There are few substances that coat surfaces better than polydopamine. It seems to stick to nearly everything, from nanoparticles to Teflon, from cathodes to ceramics, from bones to airplanes, and from printed circuit boards to metals. In fact, over the past decade thousands of papers have been published on the use and properties of this bio-inspired material.
By: Stacy Wescoe
For much of the last 25 years, Mussel Polymers Inc. CEO, George Boyajian, has worked as a technology executive specializing in breakthrough technologies. Along with his business partner, Mussel CFO Eric Anderson, they have helped launch a number of tech startups.
Mussel Polymers, Inc.'s New Primer Technology Increases Bond Strength of Existing Adhesives 2x-5x in Dry Conditions and Extends Its Use Into Wet Conditions
BETHLEHEM, Pa., May 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Mussel Polymers, Inc. is now offering a new class of primers based on its proprietary polycatechol styrene (PCS) chemistry. This new class of primers can be used with existing urethane and other classes of adhesives to increase their bond strength 100-500% in dry conditions and improve bond strength in wet conditions even more.
Biomimicry Institute announces the 10 startup companies participating in this year’s $100,000 Ray of Hope Prize program.
PRINCETON, N.J., April 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Mussel Polymers, Inc. (MPI) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. George K. Kodokian to the MPI Board of Directors. After a thirty-year career at DuPont culminating in his appointment as a DuPont fellow, Dr Kodokian joined the MPI Board in April.
What if we could harness the sticking powers of sea creatures like mussels, oysters and barnacles, which refuse to budge even on wet, stormy coastlines? Dive into the wonderful world of animals that make their own glue and cement with scientist Jonathan Wilker -- and preview some of the amazing things we can learn from how they do it.
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – A novel underwater adhesive technology, based on a glue used naturally by marine creatures, soon may provide a safer adhesive option for industries ranging from biomedical to aerospace.