Wyatt instruments used in controversial study

February 17, 2012

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LCGC Europe eNews-02-17-2012, Volume 0, Issue 0

Wyatt has announced that Professor Judit E. Puskas from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Akron has developed a system to solve a controversial material problem using their instrumentation.

Wyatt has announced that Professor Judit E. Puskas from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Akron has developed a system to solve a controversial material problem using their instrumentation.

The team are investigating alternative materials to silicone breast implants. Many will welcome this research as faulty Poly Implant Prothèse (PIP) implants are currently causing concern around the world.

Professor Puskas is using macromolecular engineering to precision synthesize biocompatible polymers in order to produce high performance bioanocomposites for use as an alternative to silicone. According to Puskas, the Wyatt instrumentation delivers the accurate results needed when performing these studies. She said, “The Wyatt instruments are outstanding. The 18-angle system provides better quality than any alternatives on the market, providing more accurate and precise data.”

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