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Secant Group Hosting On-Campus Job Fair

Secant Group will be hosting an on-campus job fair at our Quakertown facility, located at 195 O’Neill Dr, Quakertown, PA 18951.  On-the-spot interviews will he held for a variety of positions on Thursday, October 19th from 3 pm to 7 pm and Saturday, October 21 fro 10 am to 1 pm. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online prior to the event.
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Secant Group Develops Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Fiber Structure for Aerospace and Satellite Applications

The discovery of carbon nanotubes (CNT) in 1991 ushered in a new era in materials science. These structures have unique electronic, magnetic and mechanical properties. CNT are at least 100 times stronger than steel, but only one-sixth as heavy, so nanotube fibers add strength to materials and structures.  Nanotubes also conduct heat and electricity better than traditional metals or fibers.
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Secant Group’s New Business Framework Brings Innovative Products to Market Through Advanced Materials and Process Technologies

Defining the future of advanced materials and engineered products is the ambitious vision set by the newly named US corporation, the Secant Group, LLC. As the newly formed parent company for Secant Medical Components and Secant Technical Materials, combined with sister company SanaVita Medical, LLC, the Secant Group works with innovative teams in industries ranging from medical devices and pharmaceuticals to space and energy to bring extraordinary solutions to market.
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Norbert Sparrow, Plastics Today

Bioresorbable Technology from Secant Medical Addresses Limitations of PLA and PGA

Not all bioresorbables are created equal. Poly lactic acid (PLA) and poly glycolic acid (PGA) are the most common go-to materials for the fabrication of resorbable implants—devices that perform a function and, once completed, are resorbed by the body. They have their drawbacks, however: PLA and PGA may leave behind an unwanted souvenir—inflammation—as they leave the body, and, because they are stiff materials, they do not conform well to the elastic nature of tissue. Regenerez technology based on poly(glycerol sebacate) (PGS) from Secant Medical offers an alternative.
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