BioNanoScience is a forum for a rapidly growing sphere of research, emphasizing links among structure, properties and processes of nanoscale phenomena in biological and bioinspired structures and materials for a range of engineered systems.
Coverage of research includes experimental (imaging, design and synthesis, biotechnology and protein engineering), theoretical (statistical mechanics, nanomechanics, quantum mechanics) and computational (bottom-up multi-scale simulation, first principles methods, supercomputing) research.
The journal reports on applications in relevant physical, chemical and biological phenomena and their engineering into mechanical, electrical and electronic, optical, thermal and biological systems; and nanoscience applied to disease and to information science. The journal also covers fundamental structural and mechanistic analyses of biological processes at nanoscale and their translation into synthetic applications. BioNanoScience follows a single-blind peer review process.
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Green Synthesis of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Mediated by Filamentous Fungi Isolated from Sundarban Mangrove Ecosystem, India
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