Well, they are using the so-called ‘chemical words’, which are specific chemicals for specific purposes. So, different chemicals for counting bacterial population and for launching an attack. This finding is a real breakthrough, for scientists can then manipulate these ‘words’ for medication, for instance.
How does such communication actually happen? Listen to Professor Bonnie Bassler of Princeton University in her 2009 TED talk below:
Are you familiar with this phrase, “So much to learn, so little time?“
I am sure you are. That, in fact, is a concern of many people. People love to acquire many skills, but not many could manage their way to. In the following video, you may get an insight on how to do exactly that.
Better decision could mean goals achieved in less time. On this TED talk, Tom explains clearly how our daily simple decisions can be improved using insights from algorithms developed by computer scientists, like a better time-ordered filing system for faster access.
I am really sure that this one really worth of your time.
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My name is Paulinus Pandiangan, father for two amazing boys. I live in central Kalimantan, Indonesia. I have been here since 2013 as I started working at a biogas plant.
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