Advances in Biomaterials

In the field of study known as biomaterials, researchers create materials that may be used to control a therapeutic or diagnostic operation using live organisms. Professors in BE are working on biomaterials that can be used to control immune cells, develop new medication delivery systems, and build intricate tissue microstructures. Antimicobial biomaterials often have antifouling coatings that have limited adherence to microorganisms or even repelling qualities, or antimicrobial coatings that have the ability to kill germs that are near the surface.

Novel carbon-based nanomaterials including graphene-based nanostructures, carbon nanotubes, nanodiamonds, and fullerenes are valuable for biomaterial applications because of their antibacterial properties, enhanced solubility, biocompatibility, and cellular responsiveness.

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