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Abstract: On 13 January 2011, the most venerable science journal in the world, Nature, published an article with the snappy title 'Robust multicellular computing using genetically encoded NOR gates and chemical "wires"'. The first sentence reads: 'Computation underlies the organization of cells into higher-order structures, for example during development or the spatial association of bacteria in a biofilm', and I dare guess not many Nature-reading architects raised an eyebrow.

To cite this article: Larsson, Magnus. The new order: Ionian landscapes [online]. Kerb: Journal of Landscape Architecture, No. 19, 2011: 98-105. Availability: <;dn=844473132132231;res=IELHSS> ISSN: 1324-8049. [cited 27 Jun 17].

Personal Author: Larsson, Magnus; Source: Kerb: Journal of Landscape Architecture, No. 19, 2011: 98-105 DOI: Document Type: Journal Article ISSN: 1324-8049 Subject: Nature--Effect of human beings on; Nanotechnology; Architecture and biology; Chemistry, Inorganic; Peer Reviewed: Yes

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