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DNA Error Tolerance Points To Life’s Warm Beginnings

The Journal of Molecular Evolution has published a new theory explaining why the language of our genes is more complex than it would seemingly need to be. The work, by researchers at the University of Bath, also suggests that the primordial soup where life began on earth was hot, rather than cold. Proteins – the […]

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Darwinian Principles Used To Breed Winning Race Cars

University College London scientists have developed a technique that ‘breeds’ winning Formula One cars. By applying Darwinian principles to the sport of motor racing, the researchers demonstrate that it’s possible to knock crucial tenths-of-a-second off lap time by tailoring a car’s setup to whatever conditions are faced on the track. In a paper to be […]

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