Tag Archives: biochemistry

Enzyme-based computing systems: The half-adder and half-subtractor

Have we ever stopped to think what would happen if the silicon based computers that we have come to rely on reach the peak of their development?  Many scientists who work in the field of unconventional computing

Wait a minute, how come heavier reacts faster?! Quantum effects in biochemistry and medicine

Physics is often thought to be quite irrelevant to Biochemistry and Medicine.  But, the very first Physics Nobel Prize in 1901, for the discovery of X-rays, is highly related to Medicine nowadays.  This clearly shows that a