Green Biomaterials

About Green Biomaterials

Green Biomaterials provides a unique forum for the publication of innovative research on the development of alternative green and sustainable technologies to synthesize, prepare and modify a wide range of bioactive materials.

The scope of Green Biomaterials is based on two important definitions,

(1) Green chemistry and

(2) Biomaterials.

Green Biomaterials is at the frontiers of this continuously-evolving interdisciplinary science and publishes research that attempts to reduce the environmental impact of the chemical enterprise by developing a technology base that is inherently non-toxic to living things and the environment.

Submissions on all aspects of research relating to the endeavour are welcome. Original research articles, review articles, comments, and short review articles are welcome for submission.

Taylor & Francis are currently supporting a 100% APC discount for all authors until the end of 2024, plus VAT or other local taxes where applicable in your country. There is no submission charge.

                Meet the editor of Green Biomaterials

                Navid Rabiee, Ph.D., is working in several fields with a multidisciplinary approach by blending modern molecular and cellular biology/biochemical sciences with engineering principles to design the next generation medical systems and devices for patient treatment.

                He is the pioneer in the field of BioInorganic Chemistry with an emphasis on CRISPR delivery in assistance of inorganic nano-vectors. Also, he is the pioneer in developing high-gravity synthesis methods for porous (in)organic nanomaterials, to reduce the synthesis temperature and time, and follow the green chemistry principles, which leads to foundations of new field called “Green Biomaterials”.

                His work has resulted in the publication of peer-reviewed journal articles in prestigious journals, including Nature, Nature Medicine, Nature Communications, The Lancet, Nano Today, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Biomaterials, Advanced Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Advanced Healthcare Materials, etc.,

                Navid Rabiee
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                Questions about open access?

                Find out more about the publishing process for open access journals at our dedicated site for the step-by-guide to publication.

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                Find out how to submit your paper by reading the Instructions for Authors.