Biomaterials have in recent years advanced into a burgeoning interdisciplinary research field combining traditional material science, engineering, biology, and medicine. Over the last half-century, many types of lifeless materials such as metals, ceramics, and polymers have become “bio”-materials, making their way into the fabrication of medical devices for the repair or replacement of damaged or deteriorating human tissues and organs.
Regenerative Biomaterials is the official journal of the Chinese Society for Biomaterials (CSBM), which will be an international, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal concerning frontiers and advances in the new generation of biomaterials and regenerative medicine. The aim of the journal is to provide a forum for original research papers, reviews, clinical case reports, and commentaries on the topics relevant to development of advanced regenerative biomaterials. Manuscripts using novel regenerative technologies and therapeutic approaches for the regeneration and repair of damaged tissues and organs, and manuscripts addressing interactions between biomaterials and cells or tissue, especially stem cells will be considered with high priority. However, studies on cells or stem cells in regenerative medicine but without materials will not be included.