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delivery

1. Sport
a. the act or manner of bowling or throwing a ball
b. the ball so delivered
2. Law an actual or symbolic handing over of property, a deed, etc.
3. Engineering the discharge rate of a compressor or pump
4. (in South Africa) the supply of basic services to communities deprived under apartheid
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Langer revolutionized biomedical technology through the development of a controlled drug delivery system.
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PLGA is the standard substrate used for controlled drug delivery formulations due to its biodegradable and biocompatible nature, as well as its ability to release encapsulated agents in a controlled fashion.
a cardiovascular device company with a unique controlled drug delivery technology.
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This Award recognizes Sensile as an Innovation Leader based on their accomplishments in developing transformative controlled drug delivery devices for use across a broad range of medical conditions.
We hypothesize that anisotropic lipid coatings can produce concentration-independent reduced burst release and prolonged controlled drug delivery from reservoir to sink.
Moreover, a number of companies are developing injectable particulate systems for controlled drug delivery to treat such diseases.
The conference is a major event attended by some of the world's largest life science and biotech industries and covers key topics such as pharmaceutical manufacturing and engineering, advances in controlled drug delivery and nanomaterials & nanotechnologies.
The topics include nanoporous gold, orthopedic carbon nanotube biosensors for controlled drug delivery, DNA and RNA delivery, the rapid fabrication of biomimetic nanofiber-enabled skin grafts, and electrically active biocomposites as smart scaffolds for bone tissue engineering.

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