January 2nd, 2010 | brainjuice
- 2010 preview: Will a neutralino steal Higgs’s thunder? – physics-math – 26 December 2009 – New Scientist
"All supersymmetric particles produced in the early universe would have long since decayed into the lightest such particle, the neutralino. And the neutralino, it turns out, is a perfect candidate to account for dark matter – the mysterious stuff that far outweighs ordinary matter in the universe."
- Computer-aided design for life itself – life – 31 December 2009 – New Scientist
"Deepak Chandran and colleagues at the University of Washington in Seattle developed Tinkercell to allow biologists to meddle with the components of, say, a bacterium, and simulate the effect the change has…" SPORE for serious scientists. Serious. Honest. Please ignore the bacterium with the huge winged penis.
(tags:sci comp bio )