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adjective as in concerning life

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Genes in hand, we could perhaps tap those biological phonelines and cut the wires leading to aging.

Now though, researchers from the Graz University of Technology in Austria think they may have found a way to approach the power of deep learning using a biological plausible learning approach that works with spiking neural networks.

The smiley faces were an early example of DNA origami, a method of folding DNA—the biological hardware on which life’s code is written—into biomolecular machines.

Activating the upstream biological neuron with chemicals also changed the artificial neuron’s conductance in a way that mimicked learning.

In short, as a clinical neuropsychologist who has studied biological underpinnings of health and disease, I think this is a limited view.

Eating disorders, on the other hand, are driven largely by biological processes that occur on the inside.

We also have a growing body of biological research showing that fathers, like mothers, are hard-wired to care for children.

Gender roles exceed the biological circumstances of childbirth and they are, perhaps, much less likely to change.

Her adopted daughter tried to suffocate a younger biological sibling.

Imagining novels as biological specimens creates a crazed and mythic zoology of hybrids, beasts, mutants, and aberrations.

The biological doctrine of evolution was misinterpreted and misapplied to social policy.

In short, birth was fortuitous, a product of circumstance plus proximity, its get a biological accident.

But there is a wide gulf between that and concluding that all psycho-biological phenomena are hallucinations.

It is indispensable to check these against biological fact, in order to ascertain which are feasible and which are not.

Civilization would not be civilization if we had to spend most of our time thinking about the biological basis.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to biological, such as: organic, life, and living.

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