Materials modelling has established itself as an essential analysis not only to study the insight of complex physical phenomena appearing in the soft or condensed matter but also to realize the emerging trend of 'reverse engineering' as a keystone for technological innovations. The cover photo of this September 2019 issue describes the bio interaction between graphene and enzyme protein for bioelectronics applicable in battery, fuel cell and biosensing applications and dedicated to celebrating the 6th anniversary of Nobel Prize in Chemistry on “Multiscale models for complex chemical systems”.
Healthcare informatics driven nanotechnology
Institute of Advanced Materials, VBRI, Teknikringen 4A, Mjärdevi Science Park, 583 30 Linköping, Sweden
Adv. Mater. Lett., 2019, 10 (9), pp 610-610
Publication Date (Web): Sep 03, 2019
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Nanoinformatics has potential to accelerate advancement goals of nanomedicine for mass healthcare. Recent introduction of transformative adoption of information science and technology, machine learning and artificial intelligence for techno-community-wide best practices lead focused nanoinformatics. The new approaches to discovery and innovation for broader understanding of the medical science gaps via generating multi-scale simulations has articulated the key concepts behind complex problems related to cross-cutting issues of biomedical systems.
Healthcare, informatics, nanotechnology