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For the first time ever scientists have succeeded in producing a crop containing only healthy carbohydrates. Easily digestible starch, which is the …Nutrition
The Potential of Text Mining in Data Integration and Network Biology for Plant Research: A Case Study on Arabidopsis
• © 2013 American Society of Plant Biologists. All rights reserved.<p>Abstract<p>Despite the availability of various data repositories for plant research, a …
Mariela Polanco-Ferreyra send us this nice drawing. She started it back in 2008 but finished by this past December. The whole idea behind the drawing was to simplify the thinking process and information storage and usage. So, she decided surrealism inspired by Salvador Dali was the way to go. The tubes try to oversimplify synapses, and how thoughts travel from neurone to neurone, how every command our brain gives travels. The incorporation of anatomy in the drawing wants to also show how something looks simple when you look at it from the surface, but in fact it's not. The building block that make the whole are complicated, beautiful, but in that complexity they are simple. Mariela is fascinated by how simple yet complex and complicated human body is, how every single chemical reaction depends on so many factors to get the right product, or how the movement of muscle seems so simple, yet it depends on nerve impulses and metabolic reactions for this movement to actually happen, and so on. That's the main idea behind this drawing.
“Saber perder” está incluida en su segundo álbum “El amante del invierno”<p>El grupo andaluz <b>Santos de Goma</b> estrena con MondoSonoro su nuevo y simpático …