We have successfully synthesized organic-inorganic and bio-inorganic nanohybrids by applying an intercalation technique systematically to Bi-based cuprate superconductors, Bi2Sr2Cam-1CumOy (m = 1, 2, and 3; BSCCO), and to layered double hydroxides(LDHs), those which are of high importance in terms of basic understanding of intercalation reactions and of their practical applications. The organic-inorganic hybrids were achieved via intercalative complexation of iodine intercalated BSCOO with organic salt of Py-CnH2n+1I (Py = pyridine). The high-Tc superconducting intercalate with its remarkable lattice expansion can be applied as a precursor for superconducting colloids when dispersed in an appropriate solvent. We were also able to demonstrate that the biomolecules stabilized in the interlayer space of LDH retain their chemical and biological integrity. If necessary, LDH, as a reservoir, can be intentionally removed by dissolving it in an acidic media or interlayer biomolecules in LDH can be released via ion-exchange reaction in electrolyte. It is, therefore, concluded that the inorganic LDH can play a role as a good host lattice for gene reservoir or carrier.