Technical Name (test)Application of inorganic nanofiber technology to promote the development of biotechnology
Project Operator Tamkang University
Project Host 葉炳宏
Inorganic porous nanofibers with surfaceinterface defects are prepared through humidity-controlled electrospinninghigh-temperature annealing technology. Under the irradiation of light sources of different wavelengths (380~780 nm), the bound electrons stored in the valence band can be excited to the conduction band to form free electrons on the surface of the material, generating different intensities of microcurrents, light sensitivitymicrocurrent changes. Because the "inorganic nanofiber" technology has high uniquenesshigh product compatibility, it can be applied to a wide range of markets.
Scientific Breakthrough
Inorganic nanofibers have electrochemical reactions that can absorb multi-wavelength light to generate currents. We have expanded the application to include anti-haze masks, medical dressings, cosmetic materials, etc.,developed the antibacterialefficient hemostatic technical effects of nanofibers. , Through the characteristics of its nanofiber material to promote the normal cell growth ratethe addition of cell regeneration ability. Taking photoelectric materials as the foundation, combining biomedicine, biotechnologyother cross-field integration, so that materials have more outstanding breakthroughsfuture development.
Industrial Applicability
Inorganic nanofiber is a highly biocompatible material. It uses nanofiber filter material combined with a mask to form a porous mesh film. It has also developed related nanofiber dressing technology. Its composite nanofiber material has successfully found different effects. Combining the nanofabrication technologymaterial analysis equipment of our laboratory, we can realize the prospect of industry-university cooperation research, development technology,enterprise cooperation for nanofiber filtration, antibacterial, high-efficiency hemostasis,cell regeneration applications.
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Keyword inorganic nanofiber nanofibers photoelectric materials biomedical materials biotechnology light sensitivity microcurrents SnO2 TiO2 interface defects
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