By Murugan Ramalingam, Xiumei Wang, Guoping Chen, Peter Ma, Fu-Zhai Cui
This e-book compiles all facets of biomimetics from primary rules to present technological advances and their destiny developments within the improvement of nanoscale biomaterials and tissue engineering. The scope of this publication is mainly restrained to biologically-inspired layout of fabrics and structures for the advance of subsequent iteration nanobiomaterials and tissue engineering. The publication addresses the cutting-edge of study development within the functions of the rules, strategies, and methods of biomimetics. the potential results of present developments and demanding situations in biomimetic methods also are offered.
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Biomimetics: Advancing Nanobiomaterials and Tissue Engineering by Murugan Ramalingam, Xiumei Wang, Guoping Chen, Peter Ma, Fu-Zhai Cui