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Some resources that may assist in understanding papers in this section:
- An interesting and inspiring approach to solving the (NP-complete) Hamiltonian Graph problem.
- How we can generate patterns from reaction-diffusion models and how those models apply in real life situations: cells self-organisation and pattern creation.
- Includes advance mathematical concepts, basic chemistry, basic biology.
- By Alan Turing
- DNA is a strong candidate for storing data stably for centuries. DNA also has a very high data/volume density (1 exabyte / mm³).
- This paper describes an algorithm for storing binary data in the form of DNA that is optimized for biochemical reactions.