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Nanotechnology: Science and Computation by Junghuei Chen, Natasha Jonoska, Grzegorz Rozenberg

By Junghuei Chen, Natasha Jonoska, Grzegorz Rozenberg

Nanoscale technological know-how and computing is changing into an important learn sector as modern day scientists attempt to comprehend the approaches of normal and biomolecular computing. the sphere is anxious with the architectures and layout of molecular self-assembly, nanostructures and molecular units, and with figuring out and exploiting the computational approaches of biomolecules in nature.

This e-book deals a different and authoritative point of view on present examine in nanoscale technological know-how, engineering and computing. top researchers hide the themes of DNA self-assembly in two-dimensional arrays and 3-dimensional constructions, molecular vehicles, DNA notice layout, molecular electronics, gene meeting, floor layer protein meeting, and membrane computing.

The ebook is acceptable for tutorial and business scientists and engineers operating in nanoscale technology, particularly researchers engaged with the belief of computing at a molecular level.

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More often the invention is based upon a unique use of existing technology, and entry occurs when new firms create substitute or replacement products for the established competitive firms’ existing products/customers. This provides a quick way for the new firms to enter existing markets and achieve relatively quick profitability. Second, contrary to Christensen’s general hypothesis, major established firms’ competitive responses to new high-tech entries have historically protected the major established firms while harming the new firms that threatened existing markets.

41 Determining the Nature of Your Technology................................................ 41 Financing Technology Start-Ups................................................................... 41 Selling Your Second First Product................................................................ 44 Do not Give up Your Original Product Idea.................................................. 45 Create a Team................................................................................................

In other words, it is demand by an existing unsatisfied buyer that creates the opportunity in the market. Technology push marketing finds its origin in Schumpeter,18 who argues that the primary driver of the economy is innovation. Innovation comes from an entrepreneur’s intrinsic drive to innovate. This intrinsic drive results in the introduction of new products and services different from those in the marketplace. He argues that unique new products are often created without a well-defined market.

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