Nanomaterials in biological environment: a review of computer modelling studies

@article{Makarucha2010NanomaterialsIB,
  title={Nanomaterials in biological environment: a review of computer modelling studies},
  author={Adam J. Makarucha and Nevena Todorova and Irene Yarovsky},
  journal={European Biophysics Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={40},
  pages={103-115}
}
Nanotechnology is set to impact a vast range of fields, including computer science, materials technology, engineering/manufacturing and medicine. As nanotechnology grows so does exposure to nanostructured materials, thus investigation of the effects of nanomaterials on biological systems is paramount. Computational techniques can allow investigation of these systems at the nanoscale, providing insight into otherwise unexaminable properties, related to both the intentional and unintentional… CONTINUE READING
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