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Your brain does not process information, retrieve knowledge or store memories. In short: your brain is not a computer
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Everything you thought you knew about DNA's shape is wrong.

In recent years, scientists have made tremendous progress in reading the sequence of our DNA. But the three-dimensional shape of DNA remains mostly mysterious. In fact, it’s only recently that scientists have even begun to get a glimpse at how our DNA is folded. Today, scientists focus on the ways that gene mutations cause diseases like cancer. But totally normal genes can still malfunction if they get folded in the wrong way. It’s possible that ongoing research may eventually reveal a hidden world of “folding diseases.”
The reality is far messier than an abstract spiral staircase. Scientists are learning fascinating new things about how DNA is really shaped.
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MIT biological engineers have created a programming language that allows them to rapidly design complex, DNA-encoded circuits that give new functions to living cells.
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Neurologist Phil Kennedy set out to build the ultimate brain-computer interface. In the process he almost lost his mind.
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In a serverless architecture, developers no longer have to worry about the underlying infrastructure. They can run code without maintaining servers.
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Hacker Maksym Popov gave himself up to the FBI and joined its fight against Eastern European cybercrime. Trouble is, he never really gave up his black hat.
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Last week we hosted our latest Netflix JavaScript Talks event at our headquarters in Los Gatos, CA. We gave two talks about our unflinching stance on performance. In our first talk, Steve McGuire shared how we achieved a completely declarative, React-based architecture that's fast on the devices ...
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DeLorean-Dark is a highly polished glass and metal theme showcased within dramatic contrasts and is for those who like dark themes, for Ubuntu 15.04/14.10/14.04 it has themes for GTK and Xfce but for previous Ubuntu versions ...
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Groundbreaking neuroscience confirms what Sigmund Freud first theorized.
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