Blood Music by Greg Bear:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

A marvelous novel, expanded from the short story of the same name. Vergil Ulam is a frustrated biologist and geneticist working on biological computers - in a word, smart viruses and bacteria. When he is kicked out of his lab for working with recombinant DNA, he decides to take some of his work home. A classic cautionary tale about fooling with Mother Nature. Select an invention:

Biologics - organic computing

Intellectual Cell - cellular computing

Medically Applicable Biochip - a microarray

 

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Gyroscopic Median-Straddling Mass Transit Vehicles
re: Kenneth Brown
(9/21/2020)

Bigrating Laser Beam-Riding Light Sail Is Self-Correcting
re: Cordwainer Smith
(9/19/2020)

ISS Astronauts Test Estee Lauder 'Advanced Night Repair' Skin Serum
re: Jack Williamson
(9/17/2020)

LG Wing Twisting Smartphone Might Be Fun
re: William Gibson
(9/15/2020)

Mushroom Coffin Returns You To Nature, Naturally
re: Philip K. Dick
(9/13/2020)

Will ATT Offer Ad-Subsidized Cellphone Service
re: JG Ballard
(9/11/2020)

Gyro-X Self-Balancing Two-Wheeler Car
re: Kenneth Brown
(9/9/2020)

Beat Covid-19 With AIR By MicroClimate - At Last I Get My PAPR
re: Edmond Hamilton
(9/7/2020)

Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition OLED TV
re: HG Wells
(9/5/2020)

Metalenses Now Reconfigurable With Liquid Crystal
re: Frank Herbert
(9/3/2020)

'Alexa For Residential' A Landlord's Dream (Tenant's Nightmare?)
re: Philip K. Dick
(9/1/2020)

Gather Ye Moonrocks While Ye May
re: Nat Schachner
(8/29/2020)

InMotion V11 Electric Unicycle Gets Air (Video)
re: Robert Heinlein
(8/27/2020)

Rid Thyself Of Ads On The Newsbox
re: Robert Heinlein
(8/25/2020)

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