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Disturbance felt in biomedical research – A conversation with Joe Bondy-Denomy.

Featured image: phages under an electron microscope. Credit of the image: Joseph Bondy-Denomy BACTERIA AND VIRUS FIGHT EACH OTHER WITH DNA-TARGETING STRATEGIES. BREAKTHROUGH DISCOVERIES ON CRISPR AND ANTI-CRISPR MECHANISMS COULD BE USED IN NEW THERAPIES AND TO DEVELOP NEW ANTIBIOTICS. A conversation with Dr. Joseph Bondy-Denomy, UC San Francisco Sandler Fellow. By Andrés Alba, December 2015 Life …

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Can a robot experience rain? – A conversation with Ra Lu

A conscious artificial intelligence (AI) that comes close to mimicking the feats of the human brain is at best still decades away. For now other ‘simpler’ technical problems in the field seem more pressing, but if the current rate of breakthroughs in hardware and software is maintained many believe it is only a matter of time. This makes …

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The show of the century – A conversation with Alexander Bock

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article by Mr. Bock are his own and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Max-Planck Institute or anyone else’s. Featured photo credit: Wolfgang Britzl   NUCLEAR FUSION ON THE SPOTLIGHT A conversation with Alexander Bock, predoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics near Munich. …