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Cognitive Computing and the Quest to Build a Silicon Brain | DiscoverMagazine.com

Cognitive Computing and the Quest to Build a Silicon Brain | DiscoverMagazine.com | Synthetic Biology & Bio-engineering | Scoop.it
An engineer's revolutionary new chip, inspired by how our own brains work, could turn computing on its head.
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Solve for X: Omri Amirav-Drory on synthetic life toolkits

Solve for X is a forum to encourage and amplify technology-based moonshot thinking and teamwork. http://www.wesolveforx.com G+: http://goo.gl/T3qQo Life may ...
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Bio-Hackers, Get Ready - TechCrunch

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A pair of companies in San Francisco's SOMA neighborhood and Tel Aviv are positioning themselves as the “Wintel” of the bio-hacking era.
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Solve for X: Austen Heinz on democratizing creation

Problem: Synthetic biology has the potential to create new organisms that could do an infinite number of things. But the cost of synthesizing DNA is currentl...
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Biological transistor enables computing within living cells, Stanford study says- Office of Communications & Public Affairs - Stanford University School of Medicine

Biological transistor enables computing within living cells, Stanford study says- Office of Communications & Public Affairs - Stanford University School of Medicine | Synthetic Biology & Bio-engineering | Scoop.it
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Biohackers - P2P Foundation

Biohackers - P2P Foundation | Synthetic Biology & Bio-engineering | Scoop.it

"Biohackers explores fundamental changes occuring in the circulation and ownership of scientific information. Alessandro Delfanti argues that the combination of the ethos of 20th century science, the hacker movement and the free software movement is producing an open science culture which redefines the relationship between researchers, scientific institutions and commercial companies.

 


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