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Computer science and the evolution of genetic information

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2 Author(s)
Forbes, N.A. ; Litton TASC, Chantilly, VA, USA ; Landweber, L.F.

Taken as a whole, research efforts in biocomputing and genomic evolution offer fertile ground for the development of new theoretical insights and future avenues for research in multiple fields, while also posing new ways of viewing old or existing problems. Not only do biological and computational sciences stand to benefit, but continued work in this area might even provide the hands-on engineer with material for new tools and venues for technological innovation inspired by nature

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Computing in Science & Engineering  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 5 )