Electrospun Nanomaterials

Applications in Food, Environmental Remediation, and Bioengineering

Edited by
October 2020
202 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03943-226-4 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-03943-227-1 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Electrospun Nanomaterials: Applications in Food, Environmental Remediation, and Bioengineering that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
The papers collected in this Special Issue entitled “Electrospun Nanomaterials: Applications in Food, Environmental Remediation, and Bioengineering” illustrate the high diversity and potential for implementation of electrospun nanofibers in these fields, including the covering of a wide number of subtopics. Examples of these applications have included bioactive scaffolds, wound healing dressings, compound protective nanoreservoirs and sustained and controlled release systems. An important driver of these applications results from advances in materials science and new nanofiber manufacturing processes. Definitely, such pieces of fundamental research will contribute to the promotion of electrospinning as a focal point in the future development of technological applications at the interface of biological systems, which promise long-term benefits for both health and the environment.
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electrospinning; curcumin; PLA/PEG/curcumin nanofiber; drug release; porous nanofiber; polycaprolactone; nanofibers; COOH plasma; cell adhesion and spreading; cell viability; freeze–thawed platelet-rich plasma immobilization; piezoelectricity; scaffold; polyvinylidene fluoride; polyvinylidene fluoride-trifluoroethylene; tissue engineering; osteoblast; neuron; stem cell; electrospinning; aligned fiber; HDPAF; electrospinning; micro-nanofibers; β-carotene; thermoprotection; photoprotection; antibacterial effect; centella; propolis; hinokitiol; biodegradable polymer; PHBH; nanofiber; electrospinning; food packaging; functional membrane; nanofibers; biomaterials; polymers; PMVE/MA; electrospinning; nanofibers; nanoparticles; nanoencapsulation; antibiotics; electrospun nanofibers; polyethylene oxide nanofibers PEO-NFs; microbial fuel cells; honey; food industry; recovered energy (Erec); chitosan; chitin nanofibrils; hemostatic material; hemorrhage; photoactive nanoparticles; cadmium selenide; cellulose acetate; electrospun fibers; solar thermal; n/a