9.6: Genetic Algorithm: Improved Fitness Function – The Nature of Code

Hello welcome to another genetic algorithms video, in this video I want to talk about an improved fitness function, now there are so many different ways you can improve a fitness function in ways that you could design and think about a fitness function and I less mean this video to be like here’s one […]

The Human 2.0 – Genome Imperfection and the Garden of Eden | Giulio Superti-Furga | TEDxLinz

Translator: Behdad Khazaeli Reviewer: Tanya Cushman Look at yourself. Look at each other. You’re imperfect. You know, you’re short. You have flat feet. You have a bulging belly. You may lose your hair. You’re clearly not perfect. And so the question is, Do we want to be perfect? If you were to choose – and […]

Should you be using IGUS polymer bushings?

Hey everyone, Tom here, and IGUS recently sent me this insane sample package, and i would like to take this opportunity to talk about whether or not, when and how you should be using these over regular linear ball bearings. So e.g. in an LM8UU linear ball bearing, there are recirculating bearing balls, so you […]

DIY Polymer Clay Crochet Hook & Pen Tutorial (Cover Covered Clay Hooks Pens Grip Grips)

Hi I’m Donna Wolfe from naztazia.com Today I’m going to show you how to cover your crochet hooks or pens with polymer clay. You can find the written instructions on my website at naztazia.com For making a handle on hooks, you’ll need preferably an aluminum crochet hook since they are usually oven-safe. And with pens, […]

Kelly Doering introduces the Peptide and Protein Bioanalysis Boot Camp

Hi, my name is Kelly Doering, and I’m a senior business manager for a bioanalysis in DMPK with Waters Corporation. As most of us in this field understand, a seismic shift is taking place in drug development, where an increasingly greater proportion of large molecule therapeutics is coming to market. And the complexity of these […]

Part 2: How Does New Genetic Information Evolve? Gene Duplications

Stated Clearly presents: How do new genes evolve? As we’ve learned in previous animations a gene is a long stretch of DNA containing information that codes for something, usually a protein or a group of proteins. Point mutations can edit small bits of information within a gene. modifying the type of protein it builds small […]

Your genetics is NOT your fate | 3 simple tricks

We all know genetics is important and we have this idea that we can’t change it But the truth is we can okay, not our actual genetic code inside ourselves, not yet Anyway, they’re probably making an app for that. You can like change your genes We can’t change our actual genetic code, but we […]

Comedians’ True Acid Stories from “Tales from the Trip”

– [Joel] Try and imagine the best thing you’ve ever tasted, and then imagine that it is dangerous. And that is pineapple on acid. (funky music) Hi I’m Joel Kim Booster and this is the story of the time I tripped acid and experienced the flavor of danger. Fire Island, if you’re not in the […]

Making BIG CHUNGUS in Polymer Clay!

(upbeat electronic dance music) – Hi guys, today we gonna create Big Chungus. So let’s get started guys. As you see I’m gonna be making Big Chungus from my waste clay that I store for like a year or something. I remember that last time when I was using waste clay it was on the […]

Peptide Identification

We are now ready to solve the Peptide Identification Problem, which is: Find a peptide from a proteome with a maximum score against a spectrum. The input to the problem is a spectral vector and an amino acid string Proteome, and the output is an amino acid string Peptide that maximizes the score between peptide […]