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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Datagrid Model Generation Perfect For Eternal Cities Of Science Fiction
re: Arthur C. Clarke
(4/29/2019)

Kazahk Ironist Protester Arrested For Blank Sign Protest
re: Larry Niven
(4/27/2019)

Bitcoin Surges Again, To $7,000
re: Bruce Sterling
(4/25/2019)

China Develops Taste Testing Robots
re: Anthony Boucher
(4/23/2019)

North Sea Stone Age Reconstruction And Philip K Dick
re: Philip K. Dick
(4/21/2019)

Tesla Robotaxis Will Automatically Recharge Themselves
re: Stephen Barr
(4/19/2019)

New Lifelike Material Powered By Artificial Metabolism
re: Arthur C. Clarke
(4/17/2019)

Husqvarna Automower 435X AWD
re: Clifford Simak
(4/15/2019)

Elon Musk Foretells Tesla Sans Steering Wheel
re: David Keller
(4/13/2019)

Adversarial Patches Trick Computer Vision
re: William Gibson
(4/11/2019)

Amazon Warehouse Computer Can Fire People Now
re: Marshall Brain
(4/9/2019)

BrainEx Restores Some Activity To Severed Pig Head
re: Edmond Hamilton
(4/7/2019)

Yes, But Do Astrobees Have Lasers For Lightsaber Training?
re: George Lucas
(4/5/2019)

'Young Razorbacks Before Their Katanas Grow In'
re: Daniel Suarez
(4/3/2019)

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