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  • In the development of biodegradable elastomeric polymer called poly(glycerol-sebacate) (PGS) prepared by polycondensation of glycerol and sebacic acid. To facilitate nanopatterning of the polymer by molding methodologies, we chemically modified the PGS through the incorporation of acrylate side groups to form the linear poly(glycerol-sebacate-acrylate) (PGSA).
  • To fabricate photocurable biodegradable elastomers at room temperature, a three step process was employed. In the first step, a pre-polymer from glycerol and sebacic acid was created. In a second step, functional hydroxyl groups on backbone of the PGS pre-polymer were acrylated and subsequently purified. In a third step, the PGS-acrylate (PGSA) was polymerized with UV light in the presence of a photoinitiator. This elastomer is referred to as photocured PGSA.
  • PGSA can be cured rapidly at ambient temperatures to form polymeric networks with a wide range of mechanical properties and in vitro
    enzymatic degradation and hydrolysis profiles.
  • The porous PGSA scaffolds can provide a logistical template for 3D growth of cells and tissue engineering. The porous scaffold prepared from a photocurable elastomer,poly(glycerolcosebacate) acrylate (PGSA).
Process & Product
  • Branched and crosslinked resorbable polymers based on lactic acid, lactide and caprolactone
  • A tough biodegradable elastomer
  • Nicodom IR Polymers
  • Plastic Part Marking Algorithm


  • Micro- and nanoscale technologies for tissue engineering and drug discovery applications
  • Biodegradable Microfluidics: A New Platform for Tissue Engineering
  • Biodegradable microfluidic scaffolds for vascular tissue engineering
  • Endothelialized Microvasculature Based on a Biodegradable Elastomer
  • Development of Photocurable Degradable Elastomers for Biomedical Applications
  • Biomimetic Nanostructured Medical Adhesives
  • A biodegradable and biocompatible gecko-inspired tissue adhesive
  • Synthesis and Characterization of Photocurable Elastomers from Poly(glycerol-co-sebacate)
  • A porous photocurable elastomer for cell encapsulation and culture
  • A Muscle Stent for Damage Repair
Properties & Functions
  • Influence of storage conditions and type of plasticizers on ethylcellulose and acrylate films formed from aqueous dispersions
  • Polymer properties
  • Polymer Synthesis by In Vitro Enzyme Catalysis

Project & Report

  • Application of Biorubber to urological implants for drug delivery
  • Photo cross linkable Networks with Tunable Mechanics
  • Lessons from the lizard on making a good tissue adhesive
  • Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering-Research Report


  • Food and drug administration-Resinous and polymeric coatings for polyolefin films
  • Resinous and polymeric coatings for polyolefin films-Food and Drug Administration
  • Materials and articles in contact with food regulations
  • Subject to effluent limitations and standards for the organic chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibers point source category
  • Threshold of regulation exemptions

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