Suggested readings week 52/2022
Our lab is interested in origins of life, the biology of early Earth and how understanding life’s emergence
Suggested readings week 51/2022
Rising interest for the case for a Decentralized Internet.
This is how Internet should have been developed: as a
Suggested readings week 50/2022
Ownership of our wallet
Nothing we carry is more personal than our wallets (and) our phones. But there is an
Suggested readings week 49/2022
ST Microelectronics in the news (1998)
The history of Silicon Europe is really interesting.
Books have been written on Silicon
Suggested readings week 48/2022
The Game Theory
John von Neumann was a mathematician, physicist, computer scientist, engineer and polymath. He contributed a lot in
Suggested readings week 47/2022
Engineer? Learn Genomics!
This is a call for action: research in genomics needs software engineers.
Research in biology and biotechnology
Suggested readings week 46/2022
The Mythical Man-Month (Frederick P. Brooks, 1931-2022)
Frederick Phillips Brooks, Jr. joined the pioneering degree program in computer science at
Suggested readings week 45/2022
Science and human rights
This guideline published and enforced by Nature was recently discussed and criticized by other journals and
Suggested readings week 44/2022
This funny ta.lk inspires doing useless things. Failing at inventing things teaches a lot about innovation.
Suggested readings week 42/2022
History of CRISPR
Geoff Ralston is President at YCombinator. He studied Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at Stanford in the