Nanobiosensors & Nanosensors

 

Next-generation biosensor platforms will require significant improvements in sensitivity, specificity and parallelity in order to meet the future needs of a variety of fields ranging from in vitro medical diagnostics, pharmaceutical discovery and pathogen detection. Nanobiosensors, which exploit some fundamental nanoscopic effect in order to detect a specific biomolecular interaction, have now been developed to a point where it is possible to determine in what cases their inherent advantages over traditional techniques (such as nucleic acid microarrays) more than offset the added complexity and cost involved constructing and assembling the devices.        

Nanosensors are chemical or mechanical sensors that can be used to detect the presence of chemical species and nanoparticles, or monitor physical parameters such as temperature, on the nanoscale. They also find use in medical diagnostic applications.

  • Nanobiosensors
  • Design of nanobiosensors
  • Types of nanobiosensors
  • Graphene nanosensor
  • Carbon Nanotubes
  • Nanocurve-based sensor reads facial expressions
  • Smartphone-based nano-biosensors
  • Lab-on-a-Chip
  • Multiplexing biosensors on a chip
  • Emerging research and technologies
  • Nanotechnology for implantable sensors
  • Cosmetic Formulation
  • Nanocosmetics- Company Survey
  • Nanotechnology Cosmeceuticals: Benefits Vs Risks
  • Safety Of Nanomaterials In Cosmetic Products
  • Cosmetic Regulation-Safety Assessment
  • Present Position Of Nanotechnology And Cosmetic Products
  • Nanocapsule based drug delivery: Challenges and opportunities
  • NanoBiosensors in Nanomedicine

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