Special Issue "Development, Characterization and Applications of Novel Polymeric Materials and Composites"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 December 2023 | Viewed by 1146
Interests: neuron; synapses; neurobiology; electrophysiology; synaptic transmission; ion channel gating; neuron culture; functional neuroscience
2. Department of Biomedical Engineering, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ 08028, USA
3. Department of Molecular & Cellular Biosciences, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ 08028, USA
Interests: polymer; biomaterials; biomacromolecules; regenerative medicine; drug delivery; nanotechnology
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The development in the fields of biotechnologies, from molecular biology to diagnosis and treatment, has had an exponential evolution in the last decades. This has led to an increasing fragmentation of science, with the decrease in the capacity for interdisciplinarity with the decrease in the capacity to use the results for concrete social and commercial purposes, such as diagnosis and the therapy of various pathologies. To overcome this barrier, it is necessary to develop new skills for presenting one's own results, through the lens of presenting the potential impact along with the problems that still need to be solved to achieve the goals.
In this sense, we propose catalyzing an effort to present experimental or theoretical model research activities in the field of polymeric or composite materials, in a way that identifies as many interdisciplinary bridges as possible, starting from the idea of development and characterization to be exploited by the scientific and economic community through diagnostic and therapeutic applications.
For this objective, we want to reach the following targets:
- Theoretical models;
- Molecular simulations;
- New polymers;
- New composite materials;
- Characterization of the proposed materials;
- New applications of existing polymer materials and composites;
- Diagnostic and therapeutic applications.
Dr. Daniel Dumitru Banciu
Dr. Xiao Hu
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- composite materials
- theoretical model