Graphene Medicine

Graphene is indeed a much-researched, heavily-hyped material, with the potential to revolutionize every aspect of our lives: from selective membranes that may solve the world’s water shortage, through replacing silicon in electronics to achieve amazing performance in miniature sizes, to enabling a multitude of next-gen energy solutions. Graphene’s compatibility with various biomedical applications, like drug delivery, cancer therapies and biosensing, is extensively and vigorously researched. The material’s unique properties, like a large surface area, good biocompatibility and chemical stability, deem it worthy of intensive examination and high hopes.

·         Prospects and Challenges of Graphene

·         Applications of Graphene in Medicine

·         Graphene in biosensors

·         Synthesis of Graphene and 2D Materials

·         Graphene based nanomaterials