I basic capabilities landes bioscience 1999 the first volume of the nanomedicine book series describes the set of basic capabilities of molecular machine systems that may be required by many if not most medical nanorobotic devices including the physical chemical thermodynamic mechanical and biological limits of such devices. Nanomedicine volume i basic capabilities by robert a freitas jr c1999 landes bioscience contents table of contents vii list of figures xiii list of tables xvii foreword by k eric drexler xviiii preface and acknowledgements xxi chapter 1 the prospect of nanomedicine 1 11 a noble enterprise 1 12 current medical practice 2. The volume is preceded by a skyhigh introduction in which the possibilities of nanomedicine are depicted and a sort of working plan traced what follows is an overwhelmingly quantity of data which can be only appreciated and understood by readers with a deep background in sciences msc or phd levels owed to the great emphasis on chemistry . Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for nanomedicine volume i basic capabilities at amazoncom read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Nanomedicine volume i basic capabilities more than just an extension of molecular medicine nanomedicine will employ molecular machine systems to address medical problems and will use molecular knowledge to maintain and improve human health at the molecular scale nanomedicine will have extraordinary and far reaching implications for
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