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Advanced Biological Computer Developed 40

Posted by samzenpus
from the man-and-machine dept.
First time accepted submitter ben saad issam writes in with news about a new biological transducer built by Israeli scientist. "Using only biomolecules (such as DNA and enzymes), scientists at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have developed and constructed an advanced biological transducer, a computing machine capable of manipulating genetic codes, and using the output as new input for subsequent computations. The breakthrough might someday create new possibilities in biotechnology, including individual gene therapy and cloning."
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Advanced Biological Computer Developed

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  • Limited [] lifespan [] beings.

  • The datacentre you can eat, runs on solar, more power friendly and quite tasty, a data centre you can grow, actually already placed an order for 200, million in China
    I qubet your proteins are folding now
  • by evanism (600676) on Sunday May 26, 2013 @11:27AM (#43827463) Journal

    Turn us all into Mentats.

    Need the spice!

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