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Impact of Alan Turing's approach to morphogenesis
Shortly before his untimely passing, the computing pioneer Alan Turing published his most cited paper The Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis (1952). The central question for Turing was: how does a ...
Jun 23 '12 at 9:43
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