By Hidenori Akiyama, Richard Heller
This e-book specializes in bioelectrics, a brand new multidisciplinary box encompassing engineering and biology with purposes to the clinical, environmental, meals, strength, and biotechnological fields. at this time, 15 universities and institutes in Japan, the united states and the european contain the foreign Consortium of Bioelectrics, meant to enhance this novel and critical learn box. This booklet will function an introductory source for younger scientists and likewise as a textbook to be used through either undergraduate and graduate scholars – the world’s first such paintings exclusively dedicated to bioelectrics.
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