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Nano-Biotechnology For Biomedical and Industrial Application

Introduction to Nanotechnology provides a broad overview of nanotechnology, discussing the fundamental science of nanotechnology and its applications to biotechnology and biomedical fields

Course Details

We will discuss the interdisciplinary nature of nanotechnology and how the different basic sciences merge to create the field. Make big waves with the “Science of Small”. Nanotechnology is one of the most important technologies of today. Coupled with biotechnology, it can produce solutions that are cheaper, faster, smaller, and stronger in different biomedical applications. They are applied in almost every field, such as products for targeting and drug deliveries, dentistry, and cosmetics. With knowledge from these two interrelated disciplines, you can tap the diverse career opportunities across a spectrum of high-growth industry sectors in biomedical. You will develop a strong foundation in producing advanced materials such as polymers and drug Nano-carriers, to produce smart products for our evolving world.


  • Understanding the fundamentals of nanotechnology and nanoscience.
  • Awareness of different types of applications uses Nanomaterials.
  • Design and develop new nanomaterials. (synthesis and characterization).
  • Apply this recent technology in your field. 
    This course helps employees to improve and develop new products using nanomaterials.
  • Number of lectures 4
  • Number of hours 03:59:59

Course Topics

Course Instructor

Dr. Nouran Ahmed El-Bialy

Dr. Nouran Ahmed El-Bialy

Bachelor’s degree in biotechnology ad biomolecular chemistry, faculty of science, Cairo University

Master student in biotechnology, Cairo University

Two years’ experience as a researcher in the R&D department for Nanotech Egypt company for photo electronics.

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