Hydrophilic Coatings vs. Hydrophobic Coatings

Posted by Josh Simon on Fri, Oct 14, 2011 @ 09:02

An article I wrote for Med-Tech Innovation back in April that covers the crucial differences between hydrophilic and hydrophobic coatings is now open to the public.  Until now it was somewhat paywalled behind a free subscription.  So, if you have not yet looked at it, head over there and take a look now!

 

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Lubricious Coating: Regulatory & Economic Landscape

Posted by Josh Simon on Thu, Oct 06, 2011 @ 03:54

The folks at MDDI have posted an article contributed by me on the Regulatory and Economic Landscape for Hydrophilic Coatings, in my opinion. Normally I post these musings here, but MDDI wanted to pick up the article from me, so enjoy!

If you are looking for coatings, and want to talk personally with the big players in that arena, do not hesitate to attend the MDM Minneapolis trade show coming up.

 

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