The Sichuan University trial, it is important to note, does not edit the germ-line; its effects will not be hereditary.
This test run may not be, but this technique can not only be applied to germ-line cells, but also made 'super-hereditary'. When you change germ-line cells, they are transmitted only in half the cases, no matter if dominant or recessive. But they found a technique to have the modifications transmitted every time ! I don't remember the name of that technique though.
It's not nearly as simple as that. I have some friends that live in the mountains of east Tennessee. Guess what? They have gigabit fiber. Much faster than what I get in a city millions.
Computer graphics are part of the language of movies now; you can't make a sci-fi movie without them
I'm currently in the middle of watching Space Milkshake and I can tell you that there aren't any CGI in it more elaborate than matte paintings. And it's still very enjoyable. Will finish watching tonight.
I guess it surprises someone that "software development" includes a whole lot of people all over the country.
It actually surprises me that a full 10 percent of software jobs are actually in Silicon Valley. Every major city I've ever lived in across the US has been teeming with job openings in the tech sector. Just seems kind of weird that the headline of the article is going on about 90 percent of software developers working outside the valley. Is this news to anyone?
With a diameter of 435 miles, the surface area is almost the size of Alaska!
 594,468 vs 663,267
Eyephone and Data Glove.
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