This site covers the interesting new frontier of molecular computing, which links molecular biology with computer science. It is Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT's) Amorphous Computing homepage. Amorphous computing is defined by the MIT amorphous computer engineers as "methods for instructing myriads of programmable entities to cooperate to achieve particular goals," and sometimes involves the use of organic molecules. In the News, Research, and Demos are among the pages available at the site. The demonstration of "gunk" software is particularly informative and unusual (HSLIM software required).
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