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A General Nanoscale Assembler. Gravity and Inertia are Negligible at the Nanoscale. Light is Captured with Specialized Small Molecules. Microscale Infractures is Built from Fibrous Components. Many Proteins Make Use of Disorder.
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Bionanotechnology: Lessons from Nature by David S. Goodsell
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Bionanotechnology: Lessons from Nature
Concludes with the authors’ expert assessment of the future promise of nanotechnology, from molecular “tinkertoys” to nanomedicine. David Goodsell is author of two trade books, Machinery of Life and Our Molecular Nature, and Arthur Olson is the world’s leader in molecular graphics and nano-scale representation.
Represents the only available introduction and overview of this interdisciplinary field, merging the physical and biological sciences. Open Preview See a Problem?
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