Biomaterials are defined as the type of materials which is mostly synthesized from nature. These materials can also be synthesized in the laboratory by using various chemical approaches. The interaction and design of Biomaterials depend on the raw materials (chemical approaches) used in its synthesis. Such as Metallic components, Polymers, Ceramics etc. Its scope encompasses insights into the chemistry, biology, and materials science underpinning biomaterials research and new concepts in biomaterials design. These materials are used in medical applications, hence comprises biomedical devices to perform various actions in the medical field. Main ongoing research in this stream are..
1. Science of cells and materials at the nanoscale and microscale
2. Materials as model systems for stem cell and human biology
3. Materials for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
4. Nanomaterials and nanosystems for therapeutic delivery
5. Interactions at the biointerface
6. Biologically inspired and biomimetic materials, including bio-inspired self-assembly systems and cell-inspired synthetic tools.
7. Next-generation biomaterials tools and methods
- Biomineralization Process
- Biopolymers Synthesis and Processing
- Structural Hierarchy Formation
- Joint Replacement Technique
- Bone Plates and Bone Cement Formation
- Contact lenses and Intraocular Lenses
- Artificial Tissue Formation for Skin Repair