Biocompatible Design

The Biocompatible Design standards are a critical part of the Integrated Regenerative Design framework, providing a clear set of 21 principles for designing, implementing, and maintaining systems that are ecosystemic and biocompatible.

Each of the 21 principles is further articulated in a set of positively-worded design guidelines and objectives that are organized to allow them to be easily applied to almost any form of human technology.