In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1bioordenador masculinebiocomputador masculine Latin Americabiocomputadora feminine Latin America
- Also, as the fledgling DNA computer solved problems in far fewer steps than a conventional computer, the researchers expect biocomputers to be capable of dealing with problems of greater complexity while using less space.
- Can biocomputer engineers cope with all the distinctive failure modes of living organisms - disease, predation, parasitism, senescence, death?
- These same mechanisms would also be available to a multicellular biocomputer.
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