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International Research Conference on Economics, Arts and Sciences: Conference Proceedings
Price: Free! Words: 80,780. Language: English. Published: August 7, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Philosophy of Science, Fiction » Science fiction » General
Presenters outline their work under the following main themes: Social Sciences, Engineering, Science, Technology, Medicine, Green economy.
Проблемы развития социальной сферы в России и за рубежом: сборник научных трудов по материалам Международной научно-практической конфе
Price: Free! Words: 89,870. Language: Russian. Published: July 5, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Applied Sciences, Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Philosophy of Science
В сборнике научных трудов рассматриваются актуальные вопросы экономического, социального, культурного развития, проблемы спорта, развития туризма, молодежной политики, медицины и здравоохранения, вопросы развития безбаръерной среды по материалам Международной научно-практической конференции «Проблемы развития социальной сферы в России и за рубежом» (30 июня 2017 г.).
International Education Social Sciences and Humanities Research Conference: Conference Proceedings
Price: Free! Words: 94,770. Language: English. Published: April 5, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Philosophy of Science
Presenters outline their work under the following main themes: Social and Community Studies, Arts, Humanities, Civic and Political Studies, Cultural & Global Studies, Environmental Studies, Organizational Studies, Educational and Communication Studies, Economics, Finance & Accounting, Business and Management Studies.
THE MYTH OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: AMAZING WONDERS OF BIOLOGICAL COMMUNICATION
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The sophistication of biological information strategies is mind-boggling and unmatched by our modern information technology. The human body, behaving as a ‘cellular society’, contains about 10,000 billion cells which means our body has 1500 times more cells than there are humans on this planet and one could argue that the information needs of our body should dwarf our social information needs.