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Bionanotechnology . Concepts and Applications

  • ID: 5024123
  • Book
  • December 2020
  • 500 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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Connecting theory with real-life applications, this is the first ever textbook to equip students with a comprehensive knowledge of all the key concepts in bionanotechnology. By bridging the interdisciplinary gap from which bionanotechnology emerged, it provides a systematic introduction to the subject, accessible to students from a wide variety of backgrounds. Topics range from nanomaterial preparation, properties and biofunctionalisation, and analytical methods used in bionanotechnology, to bioinspired and DNA nanotechnology, and applications in biosensing, medicine and tissue engineering. Throughout the book, features such as 'Back to basics' and 'Research report' boxes enable students to build a strong theoretical knowledge and to link this to practical applications and up-to-date research. With over 200 detailed, full-colour illustrations and more than 100 end-of-chapter problems, this is an essential guide to bionanotechnology for any student studying this exciting, fast-developing and interdisciplinary field.
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Preface;
1. Introduction to bionanotechnology;
2. Nanomaterials: principles and properties;
3. Nanomaterials: classes and preparation strategies;
4. Biomolecules and scales of biological systems;
5. (Bio)functionalisation of nanomaterials;
6. Analytical methods in bionanotechnology;
7. DNA nanotechnology;
8. Bioinspired nanotechnology;
9. Nanomedicine: biotechnology in medicine; Index.
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Ljiljana Fruk University of Cambridge.

Ljiljana Fruk is a Reader in BioNano Engineering in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge. She has taught bionanotechnology in Germany and the UK, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Her group works on the design of enzyme-like catalysts, hybrid biopolymers for applications in sensing and optoelectronics, as well as drug nanocarriers for senescent cells and hard-to-treat cancers. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and Council member of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, Dr Fruk is also a science populariser and co-editor of the book Molecular Aesthetics (with Peter Weibel, 2013).
Antonina Kerbs
Antonina Kerbs is a scientific team coordinator at Miltenyi Biotec, Germany. Before joining Miltenyi in 2019, she was a postdoctoral researcher in Dr Fruk's group in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, where she worked on the preparation and biofunctionalisation of nanoparticles, and the designing of biosensing devices.
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