Biological surface science

@inproceedings{Kasemo2002BiologicalSS,
  title={Biological surface science},
  author={Bengt Herbert Kasemo},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract Biological surface science (BioSS), as defined here is the broad interdisciplinary area where properties and processes at interfaces between synthetic materials and biological environments are investigated and biofunctional surfaces are fabricated. Six examples are used to introduce and discuss the subject: Medical implants in the human body, biosensors and biochips for diagnostics, tissue engineering, bioelectronics, artificial photosynthesis, and biomimetic materials. They are areas… CONTINUE READING

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