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The dream of having it all…

I could not decide. I never wanted to. Why choosing between maths & molecular biology if one can have it both? 1,052 more words


Humans are Part of a Much Larger Biological Parliament of Relationships

We humans are part of a much larger biological parliament of relationships. It is this wide context of relationships that transcends “human” and includes the other life forms we live in the context of is what defines how we experience our life. 241 more words


International journal of Computational & Neural Engineering

International Journal of Computational & Neural Engineering (IJCNE) is a comprehensive, peer reviewed journal devoted to Computational & Neural Engineering.

IJCNE, published by SciDocPublishers is an Open Access journal that includes high quality papers, which covers all major areas of Computational & Neural Engineering. 19 more words

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(1/3) "Man fears time..."

I have wondered if Imhotep had some hidden meaning in the pyramid. Little is recorded about him, but he lived during the Old Kingdom of Egypt under Djoser. 1,107 more words


Dick Van Dyke Has 'Some Doubts' About 'Mary Poppins' Sequel, But Would 'Love To' Sing And Dance In New Movie

At the ripe old age of 90, TV icon Dick Van Dyke appears to be defying Father Time, which he demonstrated during an appearance on “The Today Show” this morning in which he and Al Roker busted a few dance moves together. 220 more words


Phylosymbiosis: Cooperative Relationships as a Matter of Survival

It has become increasingly apparent that larger organisms like ourselves cannot live alone. A certain community of bacterial associates must live in, and on a host organism. 485 more words


On Bacterial Intelligence And Sociality

Although Eshel-Ben Jacob Died in June of 2015, during his life he was a leader in the theory of self-organization and pattern formation in open systems. 200 more words