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January 8th, 2007
As biology and electronic engineering start to converge in the nanotechnology world, a "real problem" is emerging because the two methods of developing systems are essentially incompatible, a leading venture capital said Monday (Jan. 8).
Steve Jurvetson, managing director of Draper, Fisher Jurvetson, said the trend comes because traditional electronic systems and even many nanotech systems are designed from the top down. In biological systems, it's an evolutionary methodology.
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