Nearly 20 years ago, Professor Paul Santerre (Dentistry, IBBME) and his team pioneered a new way of making medical implants that reduces the risk of blood clots and infections. Now, the technology is set to go global as it is acquired by Evonik, a mu …

Nearly 20 years ago, Professor Paul Santerre (Dentistry, IBBME) and his team pioneered a new way of making medical implants that reduces the risk of blood clots and infections. Now, the technology is set to go global as it is acquired by Evonik, a multinational specialty chemicals firm that is now maintaining a presence in Toronto. continue reading

By Tyler Irving