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This netcast explores the rapidly changing world of biotech, with a penchant towards getting a better understanding of who we are and where we are going. The living world will soon be a true substrate for engineering. Our world will change, and so will we. 
We bring a first hand account from the scientists that are moving us into this new technological era: the era of biotech. 

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    FiB Episode 015 - The SuperNet

    Dr. Larry Smarr discusses the future of computing and the internet...

    Hosts: Marc Pelletier and Leo Laporte

    Guest: Dr. Larry Smarr is the Director of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (CalIT2)

    Dr. Smarr has made enormous contributions to both supercomputing and the internet as we know it today. As you will find out - he could just as comfortably been a guest on any of the other TWiT netcasts including This Week in Media, Windows OR MacBreak Weekly, the Tech Guy, or even FLOSS Weekly. Dr. Ed Delong -- our guest from FiB Episode 9 suggested that he would be an excellent guest for his contributions to the cyberinfrastructure that is enabling the emerging field of metagenomics. Well, our discussion with Dr. Smarr goes far beyond metagenomics and biotech...

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      I am a software engineer and i am so much involved in Computing and Internet. And i can give so much information about that to the people and i will not mind if people ask questions to me. I think there are some very basic things in Computing that we all ...

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    Excelent episode... I need to listen to it again
    Thanks!

    May 7, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterJL

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