Materials and Technologies for Bioimaging and Biosensing
Advances in nanoscale processing and characterization of polymers, metals, ceramics, and composites have enabled the development of new types of materials for bioimaging and biosensing. New imaging and sensing technologies are providing researchers and clinicians with a more accurate understanding of normal and pathologic body processes. These innovations reach across a wide variety of fields, including biomedical engineering (such as autologous stem cell implants), physical/chemical devices (for both external and internal monitoring) and hybrid technologies (e.g., optogenetic devices, chemogenetics, thermogenetics, etc.).
Guest Editors: Ethan Cohen, with APR Editor Roger Narayan.