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rick merritt
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Re: interesting reasearch
rick merritt   10/13/2013 4:28:40 AM
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@Prabhakar: Have you heard of any computer networking ideas that have spun out of the study of these biological connections?

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interesting reasearch
prabhakar_deosthali   10/12/2013 1:48:06 AM
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Understanding and replicating the organ-to-organ protocols is a complex subject . It is more about the chemical reactions especially organic chemical reactions.

How the role of hormones ,which are the stimulator s for these chemical interactions , affects the interrelationship is the main thing that the researchers will have to decode , digitize and program to be able to exactly simulate the organ functionality in the lab.

MIT is doing a great job here as the progress in this area will lead to speeding up of many clinical trials without the need of human or animal guinea pigs

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Re: slides
rick merritt   10/9/2013 2:21:16 AM
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@Krisi: The link the the conference Web site is in the first line of the second paragraph but is admitedly hard to see.

 

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Don't see a major problem...
Charles.Desassure   10/8/2013 11:30:59 PM
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Thanks for your very informative article.  But with IoT, I don't see a major problem that cannot be fixed.  Just like the early years of computer networking, things will improve and a standard will be revealed because the underline topic is profit.  Yes, I agree that it will be challenging at first, but I don't really see a major problem that cannot be fixed in this area.

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slides
krisi   10/8/2013 1:36:54 PM
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Can we see teh slides from teh conference? Any Internet link? Title of the post is intriguing but there is little info inside



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