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 […]

9.10: Genetic Algorithm: Continuous Evolutionary System – The Nature of Code

Hello and welcome to one more video about genetic algorithms. This probably won’t be my last video ever about genetic algorithms because I do have some more in my head that I’m planning to do at some point but this does kind of wrap up a bunch of the range of ideas that I’ve been […]

9.9: Genetic Algorithm: Interactive Selection – The Nature of Code

Hello, welcome to another genetic algorithms’ video.. boy I seem to be making a lot of these genetic algorithm’s videos recently this is.. in this video I’m going to explore something called interactive selection. The idea is a lot of ideas behind interactive selection pioneered by Karl Sims, here is a reference to an artwork […]

Synthetic Biology Explained

After ten thousand years of genetic manipulation by selective breeding humans finally gained direct access to the genetic code Deoxyribonucleic acid D-N-A. Since then we’ve cut and pasted it photocopied fragments of it en masse, sped read it was sequences printed out the code letter by letter in the lab modeled it on computers and […]

Gene editing used for first time to remove disease-causing gene from human embryos

A potentially monumental breakthrough in science.. Researchers from South Korea and the U.S. say they’ve figured out a way to edit DNA in human embryos to remove an inherited heart disorder — and did so without introducing harmful mutations. Park Ji-won has more. Researchers at Korea’s Institute for Basic Science, America’s Oregon Health and Science […]

BCAA – REVIEW – HOW TO -PREVENT MUSCLE LOSS- RECOVERY SUPPLEMENT- SCIVATION-2018 -CERTIFIED SPORTS

GUYS WELCOME BACK TODAY I WANTED TO TALK TO YOU GUYS ABOUT ONE THING THAT YOU CAN ADD IN YOUR STACK TO PREVENT MUSCLE LOSS WHEN YOU ARE ON A CALORIE DEFICIT DIET, NOW , IF YOU ARE ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE WHOS ON A CALORIE DEFICIT DIET MEANING YOU ARE TAKING LESS CALORIES THAN […]

The Central Dogma of Biology

The DNA double helix contains two linear sequences of the letters A C G and T, which carry coded instructions. Transcription of DNA begins with a bundle of factors assembling at the start of a gene, to read off the information that will be needed to make a protein. The blue molecule is unzipping the […]

#48 Biochemistry Translation II Lecture for Kevin Ahern’s BB 451/551

Captioning provided by Disability Access Services at Oregon State University. [class murmuring] Kevin Ahern: Okay folks, let’s get started! Happy Monday. Nobody’s ever happy on Monday. I am. Student: I’m happy. Kevin Ahern: You’re happy? He’s happy. Alright, so we are in the process of translation. Today we’re going to look at it up close […]

How Did Life Begin?

I’m Fraser Cain, the publisher of Universe Today. No answers today, only a question. But it’s one of the most interesting and meaningful questions we can possibly ask. Where does life come from? How did we get from no life on Earth, to the rich abundance we see today? Charles Darwin first published our modern […]

10 Times Science Went Too Far

10 Times Science Played God 10. Spider-Goats (sung) Spider-goat, spider-goat… ahem. Scientists are amazed by spider silk; it’s stronger than steel and tougher than Kevlar. So now they want to use it to make artificial tendons, bullet proof vests and airbags. But when they tried to set up spider farms, the spiders killed each other […]