In today’s world, the aviation and biomedical industries have been seeking new and innovative lightweight structures with good mechanical properties and biocompatibility. Light metal such as titanium alloys play a crucial role here. The research activities are aimed at mass and energy reductions while improving the safety of uses made of newly created materials and manufacturing technologies. Metallic foams, based on biocompatible titanium, are expected to be more reliable mechanically than the ceramic and polymeric counterparts in permanent scaffold applications to sustain repetitive loading and sudden impact, particularly during the healing stage. The main objective of this talk is to show a few methods of synthesising biomimetic Ti structures with functional surfaces.