IBM's New Atomic Art Exhibit: Where's Salvador Dali When You Need Him?
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Way back when, back in the Jurassic Web age and about the time I started working for Big Blue, some of our researchers used the IBM invented Scanning Tunneling Microscope and some electron re-arranging tools to built a nano version of the IBM logo.
Those wacky Picasso wannabes, they've put some of those master works on display via these here Intertubes.
Sorry, no audio tour headphones are available.
Meanwhile, on the Borg front, our Computational Biology Center at the T.J. Watson Labs (no relation, but boy do I wish), along with the National Center for Biomedical Computing at Columbia University, today announced a call for participation at its yearly workshop for the assessment of methods for reverse engineering of biological circuits.
Yeah, you heard me right.
There are several specific challenges, which you can read more about here.
Me, I'm thinking about taking on the Yeast Protein-Protein Sub-network challenge, although the Genome-Scale Network Challenge sounds pretty interesting as well.
Of course, my protein analyzer may be busy that weekend. But that shouldn't those others of you out there interested in taking one on.
You can learn more on the DREAM project wiki.