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Startup Guide for Windows Intel Edison Users | Intel® Developer Zone

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Startup Guide for Windows Intel Edison Users

What to expect from this guide:

Understand the basics of Intel® Edison.
Connect to Edison through a terminal and check firmware.

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Conformational Stability: Protein Folding and Denaturation

More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=dNHtdiVjQbM Which forces contribute to protein structure and how are these forces disrupted? By Trac...
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First It Was the Genome, Now the Proteome: Another Information-Rich Library - Discovery Institute

First It Was the Genome, Now the Proteome: Another Information-Rich Library - Discovery Institute | Protein Engineering and Biophysics | Scoop.it
Discovery Institute First It Was the Genome, Now the Proteome: Another Information-Rich Library Discovery Institute "You can think of the human body as a huge library where each protein is a book," says Akhilesh Pandey, M.D., Ph.D., a professor at...
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Bud Crowded Out by Craft Beer Craze

Bud Crowded Out by Craft Beer Craze | Protein Engineering and Biophysics | Scoop.it
Budweiser, hoping to revive its fading name, plans to focus sales efforts exclusively on 21- to 27-year-olds, setting aside the Clydesdales in favor of fresher marketing moves involving Jay-Z, zombies and others.

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Frances Arnold - Q&A at TEDMED 2012

Frances Arnold of Caltech fields questions about her work synthesizing genes from various organisms to develop entirely new proteins.
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