User:Forrest Bao

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I am a first year graduate student working on Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at Texas Tech University, USA. I think intelligence is a magic stuff. So my research on Computer Science and Electrical Engineering involve Artificial Intelligence and Neurology respectively. They are the intelligence created by human and the God respectively.
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This is my home: http://narnia.cs.ttu.edu Welcome to contact me: http://narnia.cs.ttu.edu/drupal/node/2
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I am a first year graduate student working on Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at Texas Tech University, Texas.  
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I am interested in computation in biology and medicine. I think bioinformatics research should not only focus on the developing of computing algorithms and tools, but also exhibit biological meanings with biologists.
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This time I will be working with some friends in China. I am a member of this team: http://igem.org/Team.cgi?id=78
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This is my homepage: http://narnia.cs.ttu.edu
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I have heard about biological computing a long time ago, it would be great here to see how biological guys build up basic binary computing units, OR-gate, NOR-gate, AND-gate, etc., from biochemical reactions. It's great, "one day, your computer may be just a drop of solution."

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I am a first year graduate student working on Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at Texas Tech University, Texas. I am interested in computation in biology and medicine. I think bioinformatics research should not only focus on the developing of computing algorithms and tools, but also exhibit biological meanings with biologists.

This is my homepage: http://narnia.cs.ttu.edu

I have heard about biological computing a long time ago, it would be great here to see how biological guys build up basic binary computing units, OR-gate, NOR-gate, AND-gate, etc., from biochemical reactions. It's great, "one day, your computer may be just a drop of solution."