The RMS research is aimed at the functionality of the human locomotor system. It comprises the preservation of the natural structures and the replacement of individual components by implants. This includes application-oriented problems and the basics of new technologies and materials.
We perform in-house research projects or in cooperation with partners (external research).
The RMS Foundation has divided its research activities into focal points:
Current research focal points
- Particles and ions generated in total hip joint prostheses: in-vitro wear test results of UHMWPE and XLPE acetabular componentsHamoon Zohdi, Benjamin Andreatta & Roman Heuberger; EORS, Munich, Germany, 20173 MB
- Synthesis of Monetite Platelets for Composite Bone Graft SubstitutesB. Le Gars Santoni et al.: SSB+RM, Zurich, Switzerland, 20162 MB
- β-TCP platelets with high aspect ratio produced in a tubular reactorJ. Thuering et al.: SSB+RM, Basel, Switzerland, 2014363 KB
- Low friction visco-elastic polymers as future materials for articulation with native cartilageJ. Sague et al.: CORS 2013, Venice, Italy, 2013416 KB
- Development of synthetic synovia for tribological testingE. Bortel et al.: CORS 2013, Venice, Italy, 20132 MB
- Calcium phosphate micro- and nanocrystals synthesized in a organic solventJ. Thuering et al.: Biomin-12, Freiberg, Germany, 2013813 KB