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This Is the End of the Silicon Chip, Here’s What’s Next

Electronics keep getting smaller, and it’s all thanks to electric switches called transistors. When these little fellas replaced vacuum tubes, computers went from the size of entire rooms to merely the corner of a room. In the 60-odd years since, transistors have kept shrinking, scaling down and powering up our electronics with them. But many […]

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Inheritance – the myth of code reuse | Andrei Raifura | CodeWay 2015

The subject of today’s presentation is inheritance, no matter how trivial and simple it might sound. We’ll talk about how inheritance helps us reuse the code, why sometimes it doesn’t work, and its pitfalls. And at the end we will talk about when we should and when we shouldn’t use inheritance. Let’s start with understanding […]

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Genes and Inheritance [9] – Genetic Code (High band Biology)

A Level Biology: Genes and Inheritance 9 – Genetic Code Hi! Welcome to my ninth video on the series. Today, we are going to be looking at Protein synthesis. In some of the early videos, we’ve discussed how genetic material is organized and so the smallest sub-unit of genetic material is DNA and DNA goes […]

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We Could Back Up The Entire Internet On A Gram Of DNA

If you think about it, DNA is basically nature’s hard drive. You are the result of a three-dimensional computer program, written in tiny compounds wound up inside the nucleus of all your cells. It’s a set of instructions, coded and saved that our bodies write and read to build proteins, construct cells, and perform thousands […]

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