Author Zvi Yaniv’s new book “My Life on the Mysterious Island of Nanotechnology” is the memoir of a brilliant pioneer in Flat Panel Displays and Molecular Engineering.

Zvi Yaniv, a prolific entrepreneur who has founded several companies, is a member of several boards of directors, holds hundreds of patents, and has published hundreds of technical and scientific articles, has completed his new book, “My Life on the Mysterious Island of Nanotechnology:” an awe-inspiring memoir written to help readers unlock their own creative spirit.

What causes an Israeli born in Romania to immigrate to America and end up with over three hundred patents in his name in the most exciting scientific and technological breakthroughs of the twentieth century? Join the adventures of physicist, inventor, and entrepreneur Zvi Yaniv and see how Jules Verne’s book, The Mysterious Island, ignited his imagination and love for science, which, in turn, propelled him to a career in flat panel displays, image digitizers, and molecular engineering. These fields eventually became an integral part of what is known in the common vernacular today as nanotechnology.

Yaniv asks, “Do you use an image scanner digitizer? Are you reading this on a flat panel display, on your computer, your iPad, or iPhone? Are you getting information driving on the highways from electronic billboards? Are you watching the news or movies on your giant color TV screen? Follow this journey and along the way, learn how to unleash your own creativity and innovation. Understand what nanotechnology is all about and its future.”

This book is about creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship, using the vehicle of Dr. Yaniv’s life and career as a case study. The book shows one person’s ability to use his creativity and innovation skills to impact the fields of liquid crystal displays, image scanner digitizers, flat-screen color TVs, digital advertising, and give rise to…

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