Monthly Archives: May 2012

Genetic XOR Circuit

The synthetic biology community has implemented many logic gates in vivo using various genetic components. Two less common gates are the XOR and XNOR functions. The truth table for the XOR function is shown below: The XOR function operates such … Continue reading

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Fuzzy Fonts Gone

Embarcardero has had some difficulties in releasing issue free versions of their new cross-platform development tool XE2. One of the most visible was the inability to display clear fonts in controls. Most¬†noticeable¬†was the TMemo control which can be used to … Continue reading

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Announcing the iPancreas

A friend of mine (Martyn Green) decided he could help out with the marketing of the Microryza project. One of the possible applications of this project is to replace biological control systems in the human body, for example replacing glucose … Continue reading

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