Biosensors for Detecting Imbalances of Life Systems: Role of Materials and Methods in Improved Outcome

Special issue on Biosensors: materials and methods
Lead 20 program

Any deviation or imbalance from homeostatic state of steady internal physical and chemical conditions in living systems, generally falls under category of disease. Chances of bringing them back to normalcy or closer to healthier state with therapeutic interventions are found to be more successful when they are applied at very early stage. Biosensing has emerged as a process to achieve early detection of deviations in such homeostatic states via evaluation of physiological, chemical, or biomolecular parameters in the subjects. The two main components on which efficiency of biosensors rely are materials used as platform technology and methods of detection used for the task. In this issue we will be assembling recent advancements in the field of Biosensors in terms of used materials and methods in achieving high sensitivity, specificity and predictability in form of original research.

Topic Editor

Santosh Misra, Ph.D.
Dept of Biological Sciences & Bioengineering,
Indian Institute of Technology,
IIT Kanpur, U.P., IN

Schedule – The dates

Abstract Submission: September 30, 2021
Article Submission: January 31, 2022 (Processing – ‘as we go’ model)
Issue completion: May 30, 2022

 
Field – Research area
Biosensors
NanoMedicine & Biomaterials
NanoChemistry and Chemistry Materials
NanoScience Nanotechnology
Polymer and Functional Materials
Materials Science

Participating Journal

Journal of Materials NanoScience – Nanomedicine section

Program

This special issue is under the Lead 20 program where leading scientists/academicians in the above field with well established lab, good publication record (an online link in form is required) and are under the age of 40 will be eligible to participate in this compilation. The editor will choose the best leading scholars from all the submitted entries (selection will be at abstract submission level as well as at full article level through peer review.

Authors / Abstracts

This is new recent Topic announced, the list of authors/abstracts will be updated here. This is an open invitations for interested researchers to submit the abstract for this topic. Submit the abstract with detail below:

The abstract details can also be forwarded directly to topic editor or editorial office at pubs @ thesciencein (dot) org

Lead 50 in Materials Chemistry and NanoChemistry

The expert lead 50 researchers in the field of Materials Chemistry and NanoChemistry is a special compilation of leading fifty scientists (under the age of fifty years) as a showcase portfolio and acknowledgement of leading top researchers in the field of Materials Chemistry, NanoChemistry, NanoCatalysis, Chemistry Materials and Chemistry of Materials. The scientists with well established labs and having leading explorations in the above fields can participate as author in this compilation. The h factor should be more than 20 in the google scholar/scopus citations.

Journal Editors

Dr. RS Verma materials nanoscienceDr. Rajender S. Verma,
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
ORD, National Risk Management Research Laboratory
Water Systems Division/ Water Resources Recovery Branch
26 West Martin Luther King Drive, MS 443
Cincinnati, Ohio 45268, USA EB

Prof. Vikas Tomar
Director, Interfacial Multiphysics Lab
Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering
School of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Purdue University – West Lafayette IN 47906 USA

Dr. B.S. Chhikara
University of Delhi, Delhi, India.

Abstract

Interested and eligible scientists / academicians need to complete the form below to indicate their willingness for this special compilation:

Your article manuscript (preferably a review article) should be submitted for publication within two months of acceptance of abstract.

Participating Scientists

The approved list of participating author scientists will be included here after due collection and finalization of same by the editors.

Participating Journal

Journal of Materials Nanoscience