This paper examines the processing, aggregation and interfacing utilizing molecular solutions. The molecular processing platforms (MPPs) will be comprised from modules, units and devices. For example, a brain neuron, as a super-high-performance biomolecular module, performs processing, memory storage, communication, interfacing and other related tasks. Molecular and biomolecular processing is a fundamental and technological frontier of this century. We study the feasibility, soundness and practicality of processing, memory storage and interfacing by molecular aggregates.

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Microelectronic Engineering (KGCOE)


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