Article collection on Smart Biomaterials for Translational Nanomedicines
Call for papers
With the progress of nano- and bio-technology, smart biomaterials have been widely investigated for various translational nanomedicines. Nanomedicines include biosensing materials and devices, molecular imaging agents, drug delivery materials and systems, and cell therapeutics and regenerative medicines. The recent advance in nanomedicines has paved a broad way to innovative translational applications.
In this thematic series, several exemplary research results will be exhibited using biomaterials for the applications to nanomedicines. Furthermore, an editorial article will describe the feasibility of these biomaterials for translational nanomedicines with perspectives on the future research direction.
Guest edited by
Sei Kwang Hahn, Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea
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