Papers in this special issue nanoscale topography can enhance tissue growth and control cell behavior in this special issue alpaslan et al review the biomimetic advance represented by nanofeatured scaffold based tissue engineering to improve the growth of hard and soft tissues such as the bone and bladder. In the book also explained are fabrication techniques for production of scaffolds to a series of tissue specific applications of scaffolds in tissue engineering for specific biomaterials and several types of tissue such as skin bone cartilage vascular cardiac bladder and brain tissue. The application of nanotechnology in medicine referred to as nanomedicine is offering numerous exciting possibilities in healthcare herein we discuss two important aspects of nanomedicine drug delivery and tissue engineering highlighting the advances we have recently experienced the . Tissue engineering requires a porous scaffold that will serve as both substrate and support for tissue growth the scaffold forms the necessary spatial composition for directing cells to grow into the correct anatomical shape the nanostructures developed for use as tissue engineering scaffolds can
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