Special Issue "BioOrg: From Biomolecules to Biomaterials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2020.
Interests: biopolymers; synthesis, characterization and applications of advanced functional materials; functional fillers and polymer composites; (bio)additives and eco-friendly fillers; biomineralization-inspired syntheses and extreme biomimetics; biocomposites and biomaterials; removal of wastewater pollutants via adsorption; photocatalysis or precipitation methods; pigment composites; enzyme immobilization; colloid chemistry and surface modification; hybrid systems; biosensors
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We have the honor and pleasure to organize the 3rd National Symposium on Bioorganic, Organic and Biomaterial Chemistry "BioOrg 2019" in Poznań, Poland, December 7, 2019. In connection with this event, we would like to invite you to share the results of your research in the Molecules Special Issue entitled "BioOrg: From Biomolecules to Biomaterials".
We participate in the dynamic development of chemistry and biochemistry, during which new and innovative solutions become particularly important. To meet the requirements of green chemistry and sustainable development, many interesting studies are carried out using advanced methods. The main purpose of the “BioOrg 2019” symposium as well as the presented Special Issue is to highlight the most interesting studies in the field of biomolecules chemistry and biochemistry as well as biobased advanced materials. Moreover, of interest will be studies dealing with the processes of biotransformation of organic compounds and organic synthesis of bioactive and pharmaceutical compounds. In addition, we expect that carbohydrate and protein chemistry—in particular, enzymes, including enzymes immobilization and biocatalysis—biosensors will also appear among published studies. Furthermore, we encourage you to share your experience on biomolecule purification processes and their thorough analysis. An equally important topic of research which is included in the scope of this Special issue is related to the fabrication and characteristic of multifunctional biomaterials with various applications, including biomass valorization.
We hope that the proposed Special Issue will offer a comprehensive and interesting view and be an important source of successful solutions in modern biomolecule and biomaterial chemistry.
Prof. Dr. Teofil Jesionowski
Dr. Ewa Kaczorek
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- Organic and bioorganic synthesis
- Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry
- Biotransformation and biocatalysis
- Lipids, carbohydrates, protein properties, and synthesis
- Biopolymers, biocomposites, renewable materials
- Physical–chemical and biological properties of biomaterials
- Active pharmaceutical ingredients
- Drug release
- Separation methods in biomolecules purification
- Biological activity of biomolecules
- Biobased hybrid materials
- Biomass valorization
- Green chemistry