William L. van Zandt

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Molecular electronics seeks to build electrical devices to implement computation—logic and memory—using individual or small collections of molecules. These devices have the potential to reduce device size and fabrication costs, by several orders of magnitude, relative to conventional CMOS. However, the construction of a practical molecular computer will(More)
The newly available <u>confocal</u> light microscopes produce series of aligned images that implicitly constitute volumes. This would directly provide scientists with the capability for volumetric study of the biological world at high spatial resolution - except that methods to effectively visualize volume data have been insufficiently rapid and(More)
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