Smart Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications

Smart nanomaterials for biomedical applications refer with specific properties that respond to stimuli from the biological environment. These materials are designed to interact with biological systems at the molecular and cellular levels, offering capabilities such as targeted drug delivery, imaging, diagnostics, and therapeutic interventions. Key characteristics of smart nanomaterials.

Electroactive Polymers

Piezoelectric Materials

Magneto strictive Materials

Drug Delivery Systems

Tissue Engineering

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