Can computers help us read the mind of nature? by Paul Davies | The Guardian
For too long, scientists focused on what we can see. Now they are at last starting to decode life’s software.
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Paul Davies waxes poetic about the application of physics, chemistry, and information theory to biology, genetics, and the origin of life.