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Concurrent versus Nonconcurrent Engineering

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This chapter contains sections titled: Moore and Stein: Scientific Revolutions, Concurrent and Nonconcurrent Engineering and Science, Nobel Prize Winners Are Early Technology Adopters, Multiple Steps along the 40-Year Evolutionary Pathway, Technology Development Is Engineering, Many Technologies Could Not Be Developed by Biologists, Breakthroughs Are Paced by Availability of High-Quality Technology, Enabling Technologies, History of Concurrent Engineering, Compressing Time-to-Discovery

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