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  • n. Plural form of biocomputer.


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  • In a first, scientists develop tiny implantable biocomputers

    Take her out, Daddy, she'll murder us all.

  • ~ 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.

    Speedlinking 5/21/07

  • Your cells will literally build these biocomputers for you.

    Posthuman Blues

  • "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.

    Posthuman Blues

  • Oxytricha and Stylonychia, two ciliated protozoans, are Turing-complete biocomputers that rewrite their DNA to perform calculations.

    Boing Boing: May 18, 2003 - May 24, 2003 Archives

  • 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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    Next Big Future

  • 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

    New Scientist - Online News


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