Editors: Adnan Haider, Sajjad Haider

Biomaterial Fabrication Techniques

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Library License: US $276
ISBN: 978-981-5050-48-6 (Print)
ISBN: 978-981-5050-47-9 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2022
DOI: 10.2174/97898150504791220101


This reference is a guide to biomaterial fabrication techniques. The book comprises ten chapters introducing the reader to a range of biomaterial synthesis while highlighting biomedical applications. Each chapter presents a review of the topic followed by updated information about relevant core and applied concepts in an easy to understand format. The first two chapters present vital information about biomaterial components, such as polymer nanocomposites and scaffolds, and the strategies used for their fabrication. The proceeding chapters explain the principles of the most widely used fabrication techniques, and their application in detail. These include freeze drying, electrospinning, 3D printing, multiphoton lithography, particulate leaching, supramolecular self assembly, solvent casting and melt molding. The book is an essential primer on biomaterial synthesis for students and early career researchers in the field of biomedical engineering, applied chemistry and tissue engineering.


Students and early career researchers involved in biomedical engineering, applied chemistry and tissue engineering.


This book is a collection of research and review articles from various parts of the world, highlighting the pivotal importance of biomaterials and their potential biomedical application. The articles link new findings and critically review the fundamental concepts and principles that are making the base of innovation. The book comprises ten chapters; the first two chapters deal with vital information about biomaterials and the strategies used for their fabrication. The rest of the chapters highlight the most widely used technique, their principle and their application in detail. The book contains up-to-date knowledge of biomaterials, their fabrication technique and their potential application, which is beneficial both for the experience as well as new researchers.

Adnan Haider
Department of Biological Sciences
National University of Medical Sciences

Sajjad Haider
Department of Chemical Engineering
King Saud University
Saudi Arabia