With contributions of:Mihail Roco, Bert Müller, Ernst Wagner, Gerrit Borchard, Tiziana Di Francesco, Karolina Jurczyk, Urs Braegger, Mieczysław Jurczyk, Cecilia Bartolucci, Oluwatosin Ijabadeniyi, Abosede Ijabadeniyi, Martina Meinke, Fanny Knorr, Alexa Patzelt, Silke Lohan, Jürgen Lademann, Livio Baldi, Ioana Fechete, Jacques Védrine, Urszula Narkiewicz, Petra Göring, Monika Lelonek, Baldev Raj, Atasi Dan, Bikramjit Basu, Subhajit Roychowdhury, Kanishka Biswas, Matthias Werner, Wolfgang Wondrak, Colin Johnston, Hans-Jörg Fecht, Peter Gluche, and Thomas H. Brock
Innovations in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology summarizes the state of the art in nano-sized materials. The authors focus on innovation aspects and highlight potentials for future developments and applications in health care, including pharmaceutics, dentistry, and cosmetics; information and communications; energy; and chemical engineering. The chapters are written by leading researchers in nanoscience, chemistry, pharmacy, biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, medicine, and social science. The authors come from a range of backgrounds including academia, industry, and national and international laboratories around the world.
This book is ideally suited for researchers and students in chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, materials science, and medicine and is a useful guide for industrialists. It aims to provide inspiration for scientists, new ideas for developers and innovators in industry, and guidelines for toxicologists. It also provides guidelines for agencies and government authorities to establish safe working conditions.
Covers advances in the synthesis, characterization and modelling of nano-sized materials.
Discusses practical safety and applications of nanomaterials.
Written by top researchers in nanoscience, energy, communications, health, and catalysis.
Marcel Van de Voorde, University of Technology in Delft, Netherlands.