In this research work, a novel approach has been applied with respect to powder metallurgy route for the development of aluminium–graphene
nano–bio composite materials for the application in bone research. The applied technology has been executed to synthesize Aluminium-
Graphene composite materials with the help of high energy ball milling process followed by vacuum sintering to get the required devices. The
fabricated devices and synthesize composite materials at later stage have been evaluated in terms of different micro-structural characterization
tools like FE-SEM (Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope), EDAX (Energy dispersive X-ray analysis) etc. for qualitative and
quantitative analysis, which shows well distribution of the constituents of Al-Grapheme composite materials over the scan areas. The physical
property of the sintered samples has also been evaluated through density measurement and it is found to be ≈ 97.5% density after sintering.
The thermal fusing of Al based materials at the optimum temperature of sintering is found to be satisfactory with required strength. These nanobio-
congruent composite materials, which is carbon based can instigate and assist stem cell improvement and differentiation into diverse
lineages. Moreover, the 2-dimensional material, graphene has the potential propensity to stimulate and escalate osteogenic differentiation,
which makes it an exciting material for the bone regeneration research.