Nanobiomaterials exhibit distinctive characteristics, including mechanical, electrical, and optical properties, which make them suitable for a variety of biological applications. Because of their versatility, they are poised to play a central role in nanobiotechnology and make significant contributions to biomedical research and healthcare. Nanobiomaterials Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the field, offering a broad introduction for those new to the subject as well as a useful reference for advanced professionals. Analyzing major topics and disciplines in this arena, this volume: Defines the field of nanobiomaterials and discusses its scope, current status, and future prospects Presents an in-depth survey of nanobiomaterials and examines various synthesis and processing techniques important for developing nanobiomaterials Explores the unique nanoscopic physicochemical properties of nanobiomaterials Discusses potential applications, emphasizing unique challenges in the design, fabrication, and evaluation of biomaterials for a particular application or field Provides a detailed overview of the interactions between bionanomaterials/biological systems and the biocompatibility issues associated with bionanomaterials Advances in nanobiomaterials require a multidisciplinary approach spanning major fields in physical sciences, biological sciences, engineering, and medicine with considerable interaction and collaboration with ethicists, regulatory bodies, and industry. This volume brings together the work of a team of world-renowned experts from various fields who discuss the vast potential for nanobiomaterials in a myriad of applications.