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Turing's theory of morphogenesis validated

March 10, 2014

structures change from all blue, to red and blue Sixty years after famed computer scientist AlanTuring's death, researchers have provided the first experimental evidence that validates Turing's theory in cell-like structures. Turing was the first to offer an explanation of morphogenesis through chemistry.  Full Story

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