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  • 3 Feb 2022
    Andrew Travers

    Cooperating genomes

    The essence of biological complexity is communication - a transmission of information between the component parts of an association. But what is the nature of this information and how do genomes co-operate to form a complex web?

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  • 7 Sep 2021
    Peter P. Rohde

    The Vision for the Global Quantum Internet

    The true power of classical computing was never fully realised until the emergence of the internet. The internet enables information to be a commodity whose market value drives technological advancement. Quantum computers operate according to entirely different principles in the way they process information, which in the future will enable forms of computation, which cannot be realised on conventional computers. This raises the immediate question “what if we start networking them together?”

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  • 28 Jun 2021
    Andrew Travers

    Nature’s wars

    Complexity is all about the evolution of the possible. I initially planned a simple account of the physical properties of DNA but I soon realised that that the concepts of DNA as an informational codescript, the nature of information itself and the rise of biological complexity are intextricably intertwined. The final incarnation is very far from the book I'd initially conceived but is an amalgam of an intellectual journey that took me to places of whose existence I was previously unaware.

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  • 10 Dec 2020
    Ivana Maric, Shlomo Shamai (Shitz), Osvaldo Simeone

    Information Theoretic Perspectives on 5G Systems and Beyond

    The editors of Information Theoretic Perspectives on 5G Systems and Beyond discuss their new book which provides a detailed overview of the state-of-art approaches that led to realization of 5G.

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