NanoInnovation: What Every Manager Needs to Know is the most comprehensive book written to-date on innovative technologies and applications in the field of nanotechnology. Author Michael Tomczyk conducted more than 150 interviews with nano-insiders to present the inside story of scientific discoveries, research breakthroughs, and commercial products and applications that are already changing our lives, thanks to the remarkable ability to manipulate atoms and molecules at the nanoscale. Michael Tomczyk is one of the world?s leading authorities on nanoinnovation. For more than 16 years he served as managing director of the Mack Center for Technological Innovation at the Wharton School, the leading academic center studying best practices and strategies for managing technological innovation. He is a Founding Strategic Advisor at the Nanotechnology Research Foundation, and serves on the senior leadership of the IEEE/IEC committee developing standards for the use of nanotechnology in electronics. As a technologist, Michael is best known for his role in the development of the first home computers (at Commodore) in the 1980s. He holds master?s degrees in business (UCLA) and environmental studies (University of Pennsylvania). Michael has written more than 150 articles on business strategy and innovation. He writes and speaks extensively on the impact of emerging technologies on industries and markets, and is a passionate innovation champion.
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