Molecular Computing

Molecular Computing

Edited by Tanya Sienko, Andrew Adamatzky, Nicholas G. Rambidi and Michael Conrad




The next great change in computer science and information technology will come from mimicking the techniques by which biological organisms process information. To do this computer scientists must draw on expertise in subjects not usually associated with their field, including organic chemistry, molecular biology, bioengineering, and smart materials. This book provides an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of molecular computing. The book moves from abstract principles of molecular computing to the building of actual systems. The topics include the use of proteins and other molecules for information-processing, molecular recognition, computation in nonlinear media, computers based on physical reaction-diffusion systems found in chemical media, DNA computing, bioelectronics and protein-based optical computing, and biosensors.


Out of Print ISBN: 9780262194877 280 pp. | 7 in x 9 in 107 illus.


$25.00 X ISBN: 9780262693318 280 pp. | 7 in x 9 in 107 illus.


Tanya Sienko

Tanya Sienko is Chief Operating Officer of Paranoid Capital Management LLC.

Andrew Adamatzky

Andrew Adamatzky is Senior Research Fellow in the Faculty of Computing, Engineering, and Mathematical Sciences at the University of the West of England, Bristol.

Nicholas G. Rambidi

Nicholas G. Rambidi is Professor of Physics at Moscow State University.

Michael Conrad

The late Michael Conrad was Professor of Computer Science at Wayne State University.