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Graphene-biomolecule nanohybrids for biomedical applications

Wednesday (10.05.2017)
15:40 - 16:00 Room Bach
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Graphene-based biomaterials have attracted increasing attentions due to their atomically-thick two-dimensional structures, excellent mechanical properties, large specific surface area, and high biocompatibility. The combination of graphene with biomolecules offers a promising way to fabricate novel graphene-biomolecule hybrid biomaterials with unique functions in biology, medicine, nanotechnology, and materials science. Here, we would like to introduce a few recent studies in functionalizing graphene-based materials using different biomolecules, such as protein, peptide, and peptide nanofibers for biomedical applications like tissue engineering, biosensor, and bioimaging.

Dr. Gang Wei
University of Bremen