The term “Nanobiotechnology” refers to the intersection of biology and nanotechnology. This discipline aids in bridging the gap between scientific study and a variety of nanotechnology fields. Nanobiology improves ideas by including nanoscale, nanodevices, and nanoparticle phenomena that occur within the nanotech study.
The term “nanosafety” refers to all of the issues surrounding nanotechnology's protection. Despite the fact that nanotechnology has been blooming for almost two decades, it is still considered a novel technology, and the health consequences of nanomaterials have not been thoroughly researched. Nanosized materials have different physicochemical attributes than the source material (thereby changing their reactivity in biological systems). It raises the question of whether conventional methods for assessing the detrimental effects of NMs are still valid.