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Gerd Moe-Behrens
Works at CytoComp
Attended University of Oslo
Lives in the cloud with my heart in NYC and the silicon valley area
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SELF-DRIVING CARS LEAD TO MASSIVE POPULATION CONTROL
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New Map Finally Reveals A Global Genetic Network Of Life
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Researchers at the University of Toronto's Donnelly Centre have created the first map that shows the global genetic interaction network of a cell. It begins to explain how thousands of genes coordinate with one another to orchestrate cellular life. $$!ad_code_content_spilt_video_ad!$$ The study was led by U of T Professors Brenda Andrews and Charles Boone, and Professor Chad Myers of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. It opens the doo...
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Carcinogen Found in the Drinking Water of More than 75% of Americans — Is Your Water Toxic?
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Unsafe levels of a cancer-causing chemical called chromium-6 are contaminating the tap water of more than 200 million Americans in all 50 states. This finding comes from an analysis of federal data released this week by the Environmental Working Group. You might know chromium-6 from the popular 2000…
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It's Official: We're Going to Mars
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A bipartisan bill was passed by the U.S. Senate committee that oversees NASA space projects. The bill would allocate $19.5 billion in funds to NASA in 2017, but it has a critical mission for the space agency: send men to Mars.
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Yes, this is a step in the right direction.  In order to alleviate scarcity of resources on Earth, the only solution is to colonize other planets.  Once fleets of either androids or clones colonize other planets and acquire their resources, scarcity of resources on Earth can gradually be eliminated, and this will reduce the prices of such resources on the market, allowing the poor to stop being manipulated by the rich.  Scarcity is a tool used by the rich to keep the poor under control, and therefore, such scarcity must be eliminated.
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Chromatose is a series of responsive 3d printed synthetic organisms grown at the intersection of the digital and natural worlds. See more at www.markwilsondesign.co.nz Score…
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Synthetic biology competition launched
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An annual competition has been launched to assist companies aiming to solve world issues with synthetic biology.
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Looks like YouTube has removed the worldwide geolocation option and forces you into a narrow location!
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A global genetic interaction network maps a wiring diagram of cellular function
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New Smithsonian museum chronicling black history opens: 'It's absolutely breathtaking'
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America's first national museum dedicated to African-American history and culture opened Saturday with emotional but joyful words from the country's first black president, who said he hoped the stories contained inside will help everyone "walk away that much more in love" with their country.
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Portable, On-Demand Biomolecular Manufacturing
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Aether has entered into an array of 3D bioprinting collaboration agreements with some of the world's top universities and government backed institutions. The Aether 1, which is still yet to be fully unveiled, was first announced back in March 2016. Each university or institution will receive an Aether 1 Bioprinter beta unit
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BioHack the Planet - BioHacking and Synthetic Biology Conference - YouTube - life stream in 14:38 h
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Synthetic Biology Startup
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Bioinformatic, Synthetic Biology, Computer Science (focus on Swift, iOS, Watch OS), Blockchain technology
Employment
  • CytoComp
    CEO, present
    http://www.cytocomp.com/CytoComp/CytoComp_-_a_revolutionary_biological_computer.html http://www.cytocomp.com/CytoComp/CytoComp_-_a_revolutionary_biological_computer.html
  • Leukippos Institute
    Director, present
    http://www.leukippos.org http://chimera.labs.oreilly.com/books/1234000002036/ch03.html http://www.nature.com/spoton/2012/05/tool-tales-leukippos-synthetic-biology-lab-in-the-cloud/
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the cloud with my heart in NYC and the silicon valley area
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SynBioInformatics in the cloud
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Biological Microprocessor http://www.cytocomp.com , SynBioInformatics community lab in the cloud http://www.leukippos.org , Apple developer

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PhD
Education
  • University of Oslo
    PhD
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