Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Several smart drug delivery platforms are based on phospholipid neutral nanoliposomes. Where conventional conventional liposomal methods encounter manufacturing problems related to sizing, uniformity, loading, storage, and compatibility enhancement, which can be overcome by using true nanotechnology to generate liposomes on scaffolds that self-assemble discrete DNA. Smart drug delivery systems are used to deliver drugs to the host. The biological information detected by the biosensors is analysed and the drug delivery system is operated to deliver the drug based on that information. Drug pumps based on MEMS or NEMS technology, micro-pumps, micro-needles, micro-osmosis pumps and nano-pumps are used for smarter drug delivery. One of the current concerns about self-assembled nanotechnology is that it has progressed so far beyond the current drug paradigm that it is becoming problematic from a regulatory perspective. Although there are currently no drug treatments that are used directly in these cancers.


3D cell cultures mimic the length-scale of natural nanoscale methods and are currently being used to better understand how physical signals affect cell activity and coordinate cellular processes. complex cells such as stem cell differentiation and tissue organization. Advances in nanotechnology have increased our ability to design stimulus-responsive interfaces that govern extracellular physical and biological signals as a function of location and time. Intracellular sensing and subcellular delivery were performed using synthetic, natural and cellular nanofiber substrates. The topic of nanotechnology cell-material interfaces is evolving rapidly, with the potential to revolutionize basic cellular research and regenerative medicine.


Nanotechnology seems to have gained widespread interest in recent years. In recent years, nanotechnology has significantly accelerated the growth of regenerative medicine. The application of nanotechnology in regenerative medicine has revolutionized graft and scaffold design, resulting in novel graft/scaffold systems with significantly improved cell and tissue regenerative properties. Since cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions in biological systems occur at the nanoscale, the application of nanotechnology is said to alter cell and/or matrix functions in a more desirable way to mimic native tissues/organs. Provides an advantage. By introducing the concept of nanotechnology into medicine, nanomedicine connects two major interdisciplinary fields with unprecedented social and economic potential arising from the natural combination of the specific achievements of each field. increase.


Nanotechnology is a branch of technology that manipulates the molecular structure of materials to change their inherent properties and create new materials with groundbreaking applications. This is the case for graphene, a modified carbon that is stiffer than steel, lighter than aluminum and almost transparent, and these nanoparticles are used in the electronics, energy, medical and defense sectors. Nanotechnology is a hot topic in research and development around the world, and nanomaterials are already present in hundreds of items, including sunscreens, cosmetics, fabrics and sports equipment. Drug delivery, biosensors and other therapeutic uses are all being developed using nanotechnology.



One of the most exciting things about nanotechnology is the extremely small scale at which nanotechnology and nanofabrication take place. Nanotechnological engineering tools and processes that allow the manipulation of individual atoms and molecules - have emerged due to better knowledge of the field. Nanotechnology allows humans to tinker with the building blocks of the universe, using quantum physics to fabricate materials with incredible precision - literally every molecule. Advances in nanotechnology are closely linked with other technologies, many of which have received much greater attention. Other technologies, such as gene editing, additive manufacturing (3D printing), artificial intelligence, spacecraft and quantum computing, will benefit from nanotechnology.


Nanoparticle characterization is a branch of nanometrology concerned with the identification and measurement of the physical and chemical properties of nanoparticles. Nanoparticles have at least an external size of less than 100 nanometers and are often grown for their unique characteristics. Nanochemical engineering is done for a variety of reasons, including assessment of workplace exposures to assess health and safety risks, nanotoxicity studies, and control of manufacturing processes.Nanofabrication is a set of industrial techniques that use nanotechnology to create nano-sized products. Products can be developed using one of two nanofabrication methods: Top-up and Bottom-up nanomanufacturing


Nanotechnology is a branch of engineering that analyses, develops, and refines materials on a very small scale. It can be thought of as the application of nanoscience in a practical sense, similar to how mechanical engineering applies the principles of physics. Nanoengineering deals with nanoparticles and their interactions to create useful materials, systems, devices and structures. Nanoengineering is not a new science, but a technique that has applications in many industries, including electronics, energy, medicine and biotechnology. The work of nanoengineering machines can be very diverse, but it often revolves around the development of nanomaterials. Carbon nanotubes, nanocomposites and quantum dots are some examples.


Nanotechnology-based cancer treatment is one of the many pathways that nanomedicine has opened up for new emerging technologies to diagnose and treat serious diseases. The revolutionary tool made possible by nanotechnology is only a small portion the size of human cells. These methods can be used by researchers and medical professionals to identify cancer early and continue therapy with fewer adverse effects, allowing it to be treated before it results in irreparable harm.


A major topic of nanomedicine research is drug delivery using nanoparticles and conjugates (Nano Drug Delivery Systems NDDs). The potential of nanoparticles to preferentially cross cell membranes and deliver drugs to target areas has sparked interest in this field. The recent discovery of multifunctional nanoparticles with multiple end-uses or properties (e.g., diagnosis and therapy with a single binding) has expanded the potential for translational nanomedicine applications. Nanoparticle designs vary by delivery method. Oral drug delivery using nanosystems such as multi-component microemulsions has been demonstrated for the delivery of drug-resistant anticancer therapies (drug conjugate uptake), and for psychotropic drug direct ingestion of drugs or drug nanocomplexes in the oral cavity. (e.g., chewing gum).


A drug delivery system is a technological technique that allows drugs to be delivered with precise and/or controlled release. Medicines have been used for centuries to improve health and prolong life. Biomedical engineers have made significant contributions to our understanding of the physiological barriers to successful drug delivery, such as drug transport through the circulatory system and drug movement through cells and tissues. They also helped develop many of the targeted drug management strategies currently in clinical use.


Nanoscale materials are substances that have at least one dimension that is not exactly about 100 nanometers. A nanometer is one millionth of a millimeter, or about one billionth of a millimeter, which is about one millionth the width of a human hair. Nanomaterials such as silver and gold nanoparticles are characterized by extraordinary optical, attractive, electrical and other properties revealed at this scale. These emerging trends could have a significant impact on hardware, healthcare, and other sectors. Creating small free groups and fusing them into bulk materials such as micelles/liposomes, or transplanting them into thick materials within liquids or strong lattices, most collected materials are nanophases or bundles. This is how it is created

Nanotechnology-based drug delivery systems are used to accommodate new technologies and create personalized drug delivery systems. Absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion rates of drugs or other related compounds in the body are all affected by drug delivery systems. In addition, drug delivery methods allow drugs to bind to their target receptors and influence signal transduction and receptor activation. Pharmaceutical nanotechnology includes the application of nanoscience in pharmaceuticals in the form of nanomaterials, as well as drug delivery, diagnostics, imaging, and biosensing instruments

Nanomedicine will be founded on the capacity to assemble Nanorobots. Later on, these Nanorobots could really be modified to fix explicit unhealthy cells, working likewise to antibodies in our normal mending processes. The inspiration for the new control innovation is the craving to enter the miniature and Nanoworld by seeing as well as acting, changing miniature and nanosized objects. Another period on medication is supposed to occur before long. Because of the advances in the area of Nanotechnology, Nanodevice producing has been developing bit by bit. The disposal of bacterial contaminations in a patient in no time, rather than utilizing treatment with anti-infection agents over a time of weeks.


Nanomedicine aims to provide a variety of useful research tools and therapeutically applicable devices. The pharmaceutical sector is working on new commercial applications of nanomaterials such as synthesis and self-assembly, improved drug delivery systems, new therapeutics, and nanoparticles for imaging and drug delivery. The study of toxicity and environmental impact of nanomaterials is another important and highly relevant area of ​​research, as nanomedicine needs to be biocompatible for therapeutic applications

Given that the majority of complex downstream symptoms of disease are caused by molecular level occurrences, using nanoscale materials and processes to treat human disease is probably the most promising. Nanomedicine is described as biological and medical intervention for the treatment, diagnosis, and better understanding of biology and illness at the nanoscale scale. Massive advancements in the field of polymer synthesis and self-assembly have led to the development of a new set of tailored nanosized delivery and diagnostic agents that allow for local and systemic administration, bloodstream circulation, and cellular and subcellular uptake and diffusion.


Nano therapy is a relatively new field that uses "nanotechnology" to diagnose and treat various diseases. In the next 510 years, nanotherapeutics could underpin the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. Nanotechnology holds promise as a multifunctional platform for a variety of medical and technological applications, such as molecular sensors for disease diagnosis, therapeutic agents for disease treatment, and vehicles for delivering therapeutic agents and contrast agents for diagnostic purposes. therapeutic. living animals and cells.


Nanomedicine is said to be producing amazing results, including advances in cancer treatment. Imagine a world with many organ donors. Weak hearts are replaced so spinal cord injury victims can walk. This is the long-term outlook for regenerative medicine. It is a rapidly developing field. The development of creative new drugs has the potential to transform the treatment of human diseases. These treatments can speed recovery and complete recovery, but they increase the risk of side effects and problems faded.


The application of nanotechnology to human social insurance provides a number of potential avenues for improving therapeutic decision-making and care, as well as for recovering tissues and organs. It has the potential to completely alter the human services sector for future clients. The most pressing medical challenges of today, such as the repair of damaged organs, the diagnosis and treatment of disease cells, the removal of brain obstructions, and the improvement of medicine delivery systems, will be helped by nanotechnology. Both in vivo and in vitro biomedical research and applications can make use of nanotechnology. Nanoparticles can be used to target tumour cells in their early stages. "Signature protein" can be produced using nanotechnology to cure tumours.

Computational studies on nanoparticles have shown significant progress in nanotechnology and biotechnology in recent years. However, some important challenges were also identified, including the need to better understand nanoparticle behaviour in vivo and the development of more effective nanoparticle therapeutics. Computing efforts are becoming an important tool for addressing both of these challenges and for facilitating and accelerating nanotechnology-based translational research in general. Nano informatics has emerged as a new research field involving the management of raw data, the analysis of data from biomedical applications, and the simulation of the interaction of nanoparticles with biological systems, and is widely used in biology, nanotechnology, and it represents integrating informatics to lay the foundation for computational nanomedicine. build.


Nanomedicine has developed rapidly in recent years, especially in the development of new nanotools for medical diagnosis and treatment. For example, a new trend is spreading in the development of nano systems for the simultaneous diagnosis and treatment of tumours. A new term "Theranostics" has been frequently used and applied in research and preclinical trials. A nano system can simultaneously achieve both cell-targeted in vivo imaging and photothermal cancer treatment. While achieving simultaneous high spatial and temporal resolution of lesions through cellular targeting; non-evasive ad hoc treatments are performed simultaneously by various means, such as local drug delivery, hyperthermia, and photothermic. Inspired by these difficult problems in the biomedical field, the development of nanotechnology will be the key to solving a number of important problems in medicine, especially in early diagnosis and treatment. cancer.


Recent years have seen the rapid development of inorganic nanomaterials for medical applications. Currently, nanomedicine - nanoparticles (NPs) intended for therapeutic or diagnostic purposes - can be found in a number of medical applications, including therapeutic and diagnostic agents. Pushing the boundaries of nanotechnology towards innovative nano therapies will certainly help reduce the side effects of traditional treatments and achieve an earlier diagnosis. The interactions between engineered nanomaterials and biological components are influenced by complex interactions that make predicting their fate and biological performance a challenge. We hope that both new and experienced researchers will find it useful in designing nanoparticles to enhance biological performance. Nano emulsions have received great interest in research, dosage design and drug therapy. This is the result of several properties that characterize nano emulsions.