bookpickings
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bookpickings:

Science and the Indian Tradition: When Einstein Met Tagore (India in the Modern World)
David L. Gosling
In 1930, Indian philosopher Rabindranath Tagore met Albert Einstein. One of history’s most stimulating and intellectually riveting conversations ensued – collision and convergence in Truth and Beauty as the two explored the intersection of science and spirituality.

Looks real interesting…

Worth checking out 

bookpickings:

Science and the Indian Tradition: When Einstein Met Tagore (India in the Modern World)

David L. Gosling

In 1930, Indian philosopher Rabindranath Tagore met Albert Einstein. One of history’s most stimulating and intellectually riveting conversations ensued – collision and convergence in Truth and Beauty as the two explored the intersection of science and spirituality.

emergentfutures
8bitfuture:

USB stick sized DNA sequencing device announced.
Oxford Nanopore Technologies has said that it’s disposable gene sequencing device will be available by the end of 2012. Priced under US$900, the MinION device plugs into a computer and delivers results via the USB port.

A minaturized version of the company’s larger GridION device, the MinION uses pores made from bacterial proteins. An electric current flows through the pore. The DNA bases interrupt the current in different ways as they go through.

8bitfuture:

USB stick sized DNA sequencing device announced.

Oxford Nanopore Technologies has said that it’s disposable gene sequencing device will be available by the end of 2012. Priced under US$900, the MinION device plugs into a computer and delivers results via the USB port.

A minaturized version of the company’s larger GridION device, the MinION uses pores made from bacterial proteins. An electric current flows through the pore. The DNA bases interrupt the current in different ways as they go through.

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