Monthly Archives: October 2012

A mini-supercomputer for the rest of us

I recently contributed to the kickstarter project, Parallela which I would like to selfishly mention here. This is an interesting project that wants to develop highly cost effective small parallel machines. For example their smallest multi-process machine will cost $99 … Continue reading

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Misconceptions in Metabolism II

A week ago I wrote about some misconceptions in metabolism that arose from a trip to a systems biology workshop in Holland. This week I discovered that Nature is perpetrating similar misconceptions in their News and Views section. I came … Continue reading

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