- n. Plural form of biocomputer.
“In a first, scientists develop tiny implantable biocomputers”
“~ In a first, scientists develop tiny implantable biocomputers -- Researchers at Harvard University and Princeton University have made a crucial step toward building biological computers, tiny implantable devices that can monitor the activities and characteristics of human cells.”
“Your cells will literally build these biocomputers for you.”
“Each human cell already has all of the tools required to build these biocomputers on its own," says Harvard's Yaakov Kobi Benenson, a Bauer Fellow in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences' Center for Systems Biology.”
“Oxytricha and Stylonychia, two ciliated protozoans, are Turing-complete biocomputers that rewrite their DNA to perform calculations.”
“It also aims to launch at least two flagship research initiatives by 2013 that combine efforts across borders and scientific disciplines to achieve research breakthroughs - the development of biocomputers, for example.”
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“Reality: Doctors, even one's across the world, can now operate on patients using computers and biocomputers which can enter the body to perform certain medical tasks.”
“The work brings the prospect of injectable biocomputers programmed to target diseases as they arise. biocomputer would sense biomarkers and immediately react by releasing counter-agents for the disease, "says”
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