The 298-page volume Biomolecular Computation for Bionanotechnology details the tools, methods and issues that are driving research in nonsilicon computing technology. It discusses the process of moving beyond traditional computers to build a molecular computer using technologies ranging from nanobioscience to nanobioinformatics. Sections cover DNA and membrane computing, along with nanobiomachines, including NanobioICT. Techniques for representing and operating information by molecules are addressed, as are issues such as controlling biomolecular signaling and designing algorithms for molecular computing and “moleware” communication. The biological and mathematical aspects of kinase computing are presented as an example of molecular computation through cell-based nanobiomachines. Charts, diagrams, references and an index are provided. Jian-Qin Liu and Katsunori Shimohara; Artech House Inc., Norwood, Mass., 2007; $129.