In this review, we present a few of the many important objectives in the area of biomedical engineering that could open new pathways for next-generation biomaterials. We also provide examples of how materials for these goals can be created in an economically viable means through recent advances in high throughput production. These strategies highlight the potential for nanomanufacturing in a variety of areas of importance for human health and safety.

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DOI: 10.1016/S1369-7021(12)70217-1