Biotechnology: The Forging of Multidisciplinary Strategies for Research in Biomolecular Electronics, Materials Sciences and Microecology.
Final rept. 31 Oct 82-30 Oct 83.
NORTH CAROLINA BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK
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The North Carolina Biotechnology Center conducted a series of three workshops on the general theme, Biotechnology The Forging of Multidisciplinary Strategies for Research. The workshops were designed to cover areas of common interest to the Navy and North Carolina scientists and engineers. Each workshop explored the opportunities presented by the merging of biotechnology into a particular area these three areas were 1 Biomolecular Electronics, 2 Materials, Sciences, and 3 Microecology. The series of workshops had two main objectives 1 To discover, through experimenting with this strategy, the best approach for melding the perspectives of biologists, chemists, physicists, and engineers into a cohesive whole, and 2 To develop outlines for feasible interdisciplinary research programs.
- *MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
- *MOLECULAR ELECTRONICS
- INTEGRATED SYSTEMS
- SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
- SURFACE PROPERTIES
- MARINE BIOLOGY
- RESEARCH MANAGEMENT
- CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
- HYBRID COMPUTERS
- Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Processing
- Biological Oceanography
- Biomedical Instrumentation and Bioengineering