Cutting Edge Technologies
National Academy of Engineering
National Academies, 1984 - Technology & Engineering - 192 pages
Experts in computers, biotechnology, structural materials, and transportation provide a concise introduction to the promising technologies in these four exciting fields that affect all of society. Each section begins with a brief overview of the field, followed by more detailed papers describing specific technological advances, their current and projected applications, and the obstacles that must be overcome to ensure future progress.
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