Nanomaterials are extremely small particles with nanoscale dimensions ranging from 1 to 100 nanometers. Biological approaches are used to create green nanomaterials or nanoparticles. Natural materials such as plants, microbes, and organic polymers such as carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids are actively involved in the synthesis of green nanoparticles. Green nanoparticles offer an alternate method for removing toxins from water bodies. The use of green nanoparticles in wastewater treatment is a cost-effective, convenient, and environment friendly option.
Nanotechnology is a cutting-edge science that has the ability to solve the present water treatment crisis' problems. It has the potential to add new dimensions to current water treatment procedures by enabling the most efficient use of eccentric water resources. Nanotechnology is used in three primary applications in water treatment: remediation and purification (through complete or partial removal of contaminants), pollution monitoring (through pollutant specific nanosensors and detectors), and pollution prevention.
Title : Safety management for nanomaterials in research environments
Thierry Meyer, EPFL, Switzerland
Title : Introducing nanoporous metallic capsules for improved stem cell delivery and function
Thomas J Webster, Hebei University of Technology, China
Title : Development of nitrogen-doped graphene/MOF nanocomposites towards adsorptive removal of Cr (VI) from the wastewater of the herbert bickley treatment works
Tshireletso M Madumo, University of South Africa,, South Africa
Title : Pivotal involvement of CD-36 mediated VAV protein acts like a catalyst in the interplay between the macrophages and graphene nanoplatelets
Akanksha Awadhesh Singh, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Maharashtra, India
Title : Degradation of silicon two-barrier thin film structures for solar cells under influence of ionization radiation
Dr Fakhraddin Pasha Abasov, Institute of Radiation Problems Ministry of Science and Education, Baku, Azerbaijan., Azerbaijan
Title : Biomimetic design of mitochondria-targeted hybrid nanozymes as superoxide scavengers for myocardial ischemia reperfusion injury protection
Dr Anila Abid, Research Institute for Medical and Health Sciences University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, United Arab Emirates