Biomedicine and Biotechnology

Nanobiomedicine topic includes all key aspects, including (but not limited to) bioengineering, biophysics, physical and biological chemistry, and physiology, as well as nanotechnological applications in diagnostics, therapeutic application, preventive medicine, drug delivery, gene vehicles and the monitoring of human disease, and additionally, theoretical and modeling studies.

On the other hand, this science associated to biotechnology (sometimes known as nanobiology) has helped to modern medicine progress from treating symptoms to generate cures and regenerate biological tissues, the merger of biological research in various fields of nanotechnology, including: nanodevices (such as biological machines), nanoparticles, and nanoscale phenomena wich occurs within the discipline of nanotechnology. This technical approach to biology allows scientists to imagine and create systems that can be used for biological research.

Furthermore, biologically inspired nanotechnology uses biological systems as the inspirations for technologies not yet created. Besides, these uses in biological research, nanotechnology could be applied in a wide range of fields, including food science and its available to enhance and increase science spectra when ecofriendly synthesis and food trends are applied for human benefits. Nanotechnology inspired by biological systems, emerges as an inspirational tool to create technologies which need to be explore. The categories associated with this topic are:


  • B1. Nanomaterials and drugs delivery
  • B2. Nanomaterials as gene vehicles
  • B3. Nanomaterials and tissue engineering
  • B4. Nanosensors for disease diagnostic
  • B5. Toxicology of nanomaterials
  • B6. Pharmacodynamics, and pharmacokinetics of nanodrugs
  • B7. Micro and nanoparticles for medical applications
  • B8. Biomimetic nanomaterials
  • B9. Bioinforma