Special Issue "Nanobiosensors in Food Industry"
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2. Academy of Romanian Scientists, 54 Splaiul Independenței St., Bucharest, Romania
Interests: bio(nano)materials; synthesis methods; materials processing and design; advanced coatings; tissue engineering; drug delivery; characterization methods
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In the last few decades, nanosensors have attracted attention for monitoring the biological and chemical entities that are associated with the food quality and have brought essential advances in the design, production, processing and control of food products. The use of nanomaterials in the design of biosensors improve the detection and reproducibility of the approaches, and also support fast, efficient and, many times, eco-friendly processing techniques.
The main purpose of this Special Issue is to highlight the current progress and the impact of nanomaterials, with unique properties in biosensing applied in the industry of food. This Special Issue will present novel approaches related to: fabrication, characterization methods, properties and applications such as: Food quality, food contaminants, food safety and quality assessment, food analysis, environmental monitoring, pathogen detection, food packaging and water purification, to mention just some of the most interesting.
Additionally, the proposed Special Issue aims to highlight the novel approaches related to the utility of nanomaterials (nanoparticles, nanotubes, nanorods, nanowires, etc.) in food industry biosensing.
Dr. Anton Ficai
Dr. Alexandru Mihai Grumezescu
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- food quality
- food contaminants
- food safety
- food analysis
- environmental monitoring
- pathogen detection
- traces monitoring