We are pleased to announce that our lab is putting the finishing touches on a Matlab Goose, which will bring Matlab into the fold of applications connected by the Gaggle framework.Read more
In two separate reports, scientists have built networks that describe the unicel- lular archaeon Halobacterium salinarum (Bonneau et al., 2007), and the multicellular nematode C. elegans (Lee et al., 2008).Read more
According to Faculty of 1000 Biology our Cell paper was the 5th most accessed article among all papers published in all of Biology and THE most accessed article in the Genetics and Genomics category.Read more
Scientists Model a Genome’s Every Move
Programmers have long known that with computers, garbage in equals garbage out, but predicting life’s responses to inputs has remained far less certain. Now, scientists working to improve toxic waste eating microbes have taken one more step towards understanding how to program cells into biological machines.