Monthly Archives: December 2010

Possibilities for a Theory of Everything

The theory of everything is often thought to be carried out in the field of physics. This makes good sense so far as physics indeed investigates the fundamental principles of how the world works. But why should a theory of … Continue reading

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Golden SDU-Denmark Team

November 8th was a rather windy and rainy day in Boston, Massachusets, but at MIT the SDU-Denmark team were in the sunshine of the stage lights. The team was awarded Gold at the iGEM 2010 Competition for their project in … Continue reading

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Quantum DNA?

My all times favorite news site The Daily Galaxy had a fascinating article last Friday: a team of scientists from National University of Singapore have come up with a theoretical model suggesting a quantum-phenomenal description to explain how the DNA … Continue reading

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