Surface Interactions in Biomaterials
This session supports the presentation of the development of a fundamental understanding of biomateriales and surface processes. This session promotes the progress in the study of biological and biologically inspired systems in which surface forces and interfacial phenomena play an important role. This includes developing an understanding of the relationships among chemical composition, molecular behavior, and physical shape at the nanoscale and biological function. This session will also include the study of forces, interfacial phenomena, and their role in bioprocessing manufacture products, including novel biomaterials, improved delivery of bioactive molecules, nanoscale sensory systems, biochips, and the modification of existing biomolecular machines for new functions.
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