THE SIMPLEST LIVING CELL IS SO COMPLEX THAT SUPERCOMPUTER MODELS MAY NEVER SIMULATE ITS BEHAVIOR PERFECTLY. BUT EVEN IMPERFECT MODELS COULD SHAKE THE FOUNDATIONS OF BIOLOGY
This article was originally published with the title "Cybernetic Cells"
W. Wayt Gibbs
W. Wayt Gibbs is a freelance science writer and editorbased in Seattle. He is a contributing editor for ScientificAmerican and editorial director at Intellectual Ventures,a research and investment company.
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