A Short Note on Biohybrid Materials

Author(s): James Alexander

Biohybrid materials are made by combining non-living materials with living cells to give them biomimetic properties and functions by helping cells grow and even improving how they work. Biohybrid materials offer some promising solutions to current biomedical issues because of their remarkable biocompatibility and programmability. By contrasting biohybrid materials with conventional materials, we examine the concept and distinctive characteristics of biohybrid materials. We stress the construction plan of biohybrid materials and examine the design capability connections. In addition, we list the biohybrid materials' application aspects in biomedical frontiers. We anticipate that this review will present a number of opportunities to enhance communication between medical engineering, material science, and cell biology.